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Yearly Family Law Archives: 2016

No breach of human rights in excluding father from his daughter’s life, ECHR rul...

The European Court of Human Rights determined earlier this year that the Court of Appeal in Germany was right to exclud… Read More

Child to be returned to France following wrongful removal, UK judge rules

Sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice last week, Mr Justice Cobb ruled that a 13 year-old girl should be returned to France to live with her father, as her stay in England with her mothe… Read More

Human rights breaches and the care system

Mrs Justice Theis, sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice last Friday, Read More

Another family law app promises to relieve pressure on the courts

The digital revolution continues its unstoppable march into the courtroom. An Australian start-up has developed an app which purports to assess the chances of spouses succeeding in a fina… Read More

EU referendum: an uncertain future for families

If, on June 23, Britain votes to remain in the European Union following David Cameron’s renegotiation of its membership, Br… Read More

International surrogacy: has it become a scapegoat?

An unnamed Australian man has pleaded guilty to sexually abusing his twin daughters, who were born in Asia with the help of a Ukrainian egg donor. He faced 38 offences, including incest,… Read More