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Briefing Paper: The Recognition in English Law of Marriages in Embassies or Consulates

by Stuart Clark / 17 Dec, 2019

Partner Stuart Clark writes a Briefing Paper on The Recognition in English Law of Marriages in Embassies or Consulates.

Christmas at the Polish Embassy

by Paula Fox / 16 Dec, 2019

iFLG Partner Lucy Greenwood was delghted to attend the Christmas festivities at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London. A much appreciated invitation and throroughly wonderful evening.

 

 

Family Law: End of year round-up (2019)

Family Law End of Year Round-Up 2019

by Paula Fox / 16 Dec, 2019

David Hodson OBE participated in a LexisNexis video aimed at general practitioners and specialists and talks about finance, divorce and forum issues in this round up of family law 2019

UK General Election 2019, Brexit and Family Law A Special iFLG Briefing Note

by David Hodson OBE MCIArb / 16 Dec, 2019

The UK General Election on 12 December 2019 has significantly changed, and clarified, the position on the UK leaving the EU.  Whereas throughout 2018 there had been much uncertainty with a likelihood of no deal and throughout much of 2019 significant resistance by so-called Remainers in Parliamen

Christmas Opening Hours

by Paula Fox / 16 Dec, 2019

The International Family Law Group LLP would like to wish our clients, contacts and friends across the globe a wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year.

Our opening hours over the festive period are as follows:

Modern Law Awards Nomination 2020

by Paula Fox / 16 Dec, 2019

iFLG are thrilled to have been shortlisted jointly, along with Settify in the 'Best use of Technology' category at the Modern Law Awards 2020.

The Advent of Brussels II bis Recast

by Helen Blackburn / 13 Dec, 2019

On 1 August 2022, all EU Member States but Denmark will adopt a revision to Regulation (EC) 2201/2003, the Brussels II bis Regulation. Helen Blackburn, at The International Family Law Group LLP (iFLG) discuss the key changes which will be introduced when the revision comes into force.

Practical tips for how to enjoy Christmas without your children

by Lucy Greenwood / 05 Dec, 2019

Will the children be spending Christmas Day with your ex-partner and their family?

Christmas is an emotional time regardless of your family situation and it can feel strange and upsetting not to have the children with you at Christmas particularly for the first time.