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The Istanbul Convention; Could the UK Government be on the brink of enshrining a life changing law to help tackle violence against women?

by Madeleine Gordon / 23 Dec, 2016

By Madeine Gordon and David Hodson 

Change in Pakistani law marks progress in the prosecution of “honour killings”

by Fatimah Basama / 20 Dec, 2016

Fatimah Farag, a solicitor at The International Family Law Group LLP and David Hodson, a partner and highly experienced international family law expert at The International Family Law Group LLP, and, look at a recent change in legislation in Pakistan on “honour-based” violence and re

Law Commission adopts iFLG proposals on law reform for pension sharing after foreign court orders

by David Hodson OBE MCIArb / 16 Dec, 2016

by David Hodson and Michael Allum 

iFLG Partner Helen Blackburn has appeared as an expert witness on English Law in Los Angeles

by Madeleine Gordon / 12 Dec, 2016

Last week Helen Blackburn, a specialist in the law concerning the cross border movement of children, appeared as an expert witness in an international children case in the family court in Los Angeles.

iFLG responds to government on Brexit

by David Hodson OBE MCIArb / 08 Dec, 2016

The UK Government has recently conducted a consultation on the impact of Brexit on the justice system. The International Family Law Group LLP (iFLG) have responded to this consultation, limited to family law aspects.

PRESS RELEASE: Leading International Family Law Firm Launches New Digital Tool To Help Demystify The Law

by Madeleine Gordon / 02 Dec, 2016

A London based law firm The International Family Law Group LLP has launched two new, free, Web-Apps to assist individuals involved in family breakdown understand their rights, whatever relationship they may be in, and to help work towards a financial settleme