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Where delay benefits one parent: ...

March 8, 2021
Posted by: James Pirrie

The problem with Status quo The separation of parents can take place in haphazard and unplanned ways, leaving perhaps unexpected arrangements as...

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The Good, The Bad and The Ungley

February 1, 2021
Posted by: Tom Carter

New Year: New Lockdown… and this one looks like it could be here for a good while. For many of us, January is normally a fairly challenging month:...

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A Correction or A Change of Mind?...

November 17, 2020
Posted by: Andrzej Bojarski

Written by Andrzej Bojarski Before delivering a written reserved judgment it is common practice for a judge to send out a version to the parties...

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Whatever the Family Division is n...

November 3, 2020
Posted by: WebBox

Written by Steven Barrett Steven Barrett is a Commercial Chancery Barrister at Radcliffe Chambers. He has the MCIArb qualification and...

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Letting the cat out of the bag? W...

November 2, 2020
Posted by: WebBox

Written by Miss Charlotte John, Hardwicke Chambers The members of FamilyArbitrator are very grateful to Miss John for allowing us to reproduce...

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Haley v Haley: the court’s inqu...

October 26, 2020
Posted by: Gavin Smith

In a landmark judgment that should be widely welcomed by the family arbitration community, the Court of Appeal has clarified the approach to be...

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