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An Introduction to Child Arrangements Orders

by Marianna Michaelides / 21 Dec, 2018

What is a child arrangements order?

Child arrangements orders are court orders that confirm with whom a child is to live and/or spend time (often referred to as “contact”).

The Court of Appeal judgment in Bräck v Bräck: international marital agreements scrutinised by English Court of Appeal

by Michael Allum / 21 Dec, 2018

By Michael Allum, Rachel Roberts and Sarah Basso

What to expect in your first meeting with a family law solicitor

by Michael Allum / 20 Dec, 2018

Booking an initial appointment to see a solicitor can feel like a very daunting experience.

David Hodson to run a new Masters Module in International Family Law at The University of Queensland

by David Hodson OBE MCIArb / 18 Dec, 2018

The International Family Law Group LLP (iFLG) is pleased to announce that partner and co-founder Prof David Hodson OBE MICArb has been invited to run an International Family Law module on a Masters degree course in Current Issues in International Law (Private) at the University of Queensland, Bri

The UK government produces family law legislation for no deal on Brexit

by David Hodson OBE MCIArb / 14 Dec, 2018

The UK government has just published this week a statutory instrument to provide for family law matters in the event of a no deal on leaving the EU.  It will be laid before the House in the next few days.  It has already been discussed by the Scottish executive.  This initial note examines the le