The International Family Law Group LLP is excited to be one of just four law firms selected to beta test the Court Services’ online divorce pilot from 31 July 2018. Though initially only the divorcepetition itself, in coming months it will be the entire process from the petition through until decree absolute online via the Court Service portal.
On Monday 6th August 2018 the family courts will take another step towards becoming digital. From that date applications for consent orders in family court financial proceedings can be filed online rather than delivery to a physical court office. For many law firms increasingly geared towards the digital rather than the paper, this is yet further welcome progress.
The Hague Conference on Private International Law has recently published extremely helpful guidance on the interpretation of habitual residence and scope of the 1993 Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption (‘the Convention’).
When a marriage ends the Family Court in England & Wales can, under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, make a range of financial orders to divide up assets and ensure that each party has sufficient funds to meet their needs.
On 6 June, five justices of the Supreme Court (Lady Hale, Lord Wilson, Lord Carnwath, Lord Hughes, Lord Hodge) heard the case of Mills v Mills. The Supreme Court has confirmed that the judgment will be delivered next Wednesday, 18 July 2018.
With an estimated £2bn of unpaid child maintenance being expected to be written off by The Department for Work and Pensions’ (DWP) it is unsurprising that there continue to be considerable concerns about the effectiveness of the Child Maintenance Service (CMS).
It can be exciting and romantic to move to a new country for your partner, but a loss of work opportunities and self-esteem can follow. Relationships can become strained and the inequality of your relationship can become even more apparent…
DO go and see a specialist international family lawyer in the country where you reside as soon as possible. The meeting is for information gathering and confidential. You will feel empowered by doing so.
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We have developed this Digital Tool to help you navigate your way through the most common legal questions which may arise during or at the breakdown of a relationship and to help you know your rights.
At iFLG, we believe in helping families to understand the law and resolve any family disputes as simply, quickly and cost effectively as possible. Personalised legal advice should always be taken. Particular circumstances may change the outcome. Our lawyers are available to help on +44 (0) 203 178 5668 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have developed this Digital Tool to help you navigate your way through the most common legal questions which may arise when resolving the financial outcome of a divorce or civil partnership dissolution.
At iFLG, we believe in helping families to understand the law and resolve any family disputes as simply, quickly and cost effectively as possible. Legal advice should always be taken. Particular circumstances may change the outcome. Our lawyers are available to help on +44 (0) 203 178 5668 or email@example.com.