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Financial Hearings Arising on Divorce – The Family Courts 6 Months Post Lockdown

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Author: Jolene Hutchison

Six months on, we examine the true impact of the closure of some courts in the early days of the...

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LLP members and fiduciary duties

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Author: Ami Bhatt

(First published in the Business Magazine) Until recently, it was commonly understood that the rights and obligations of a designated...

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Deliberately concealing the existence of a Will: what can be done?

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Author: Amanda Melton

What happens if once the estate of a deceased person has been partially administered a Will is located ?   Is...

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Will I get my costs back from the other party if I ‘win’ my case in the Family Court?

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Author: Sarah Forster

In the very recent case of MH v KF the mother had applied for a Specific Issue order after the...

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The Pros and Cons of Online Divorce

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Author: Yasmin Kibble

The BBC has recently reported that the number of online searches for ‘how to get a divorce’ are soaring.  Family...

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IBB Law Supports The Hospice of St Francis, Make A Will Month 2020.

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Author: Jacqueline Almond

IBB Law is delighted to be supporting the Make a Will Month again in 2020. During the month of October...

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Business Interruption Claims – Update

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Author: Chris Thompson

The much-anticipated judgment in the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) test case on business interruption insurance has been handed down by...

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On-line Abuse: Law Commission Proposals to Better Protect Victims.

The Law Commission has today published proposals to provide better protection for victims from harmful online behaviour. This includes among...

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Enforcement of Child Maintenance Orders made outside of England

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Author: Laura Hunt

Child maintenance disputes can be complex, particularly where a Court outside of England has made an order for a non-resident...

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Police Disclosure and Family Court Proceedings

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Author: Vicky Preece

You may be aware that you can request any information an organisation holds about you under the Data Protection Act...

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Litigation Friend – children’s access to the Courts

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Author: Sonal Parekh

How do children bring a claim before the Court?  Children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by...

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Could Assisted Dying be Legalised?

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Author: Jane Beaven

Assisted dying could be legalised in the UK within four years according to Andrew Mitchell MP, talking to Sky News...

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