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Monthly Family Law Archives: October 2017

Keeping more families together: a look at FDAC

This week, it was announced that a problem-solving court service which helps parents overcome substance misuse issues Read More

What is blockchain and how will it impact the legal world?

Blockchain is an exciting and improving technology that is set to impact various areas of law. Through offering ‘smart contracts’, blockchain could revolutionise the process o… Read More

Former senior High Court judge says marriage laws are outdated

Sir Paul Coleridge, a retired judge of the High Court, told those at the BCR Law… Read More

Committal and wardship in Egeneonu v Egeneonu

In Egeneonu v Egeneonu, a case spanning several years, a judge considered an application by a mother for the fathe… Read More

Gay couple told to divorce and remarry for their union and adopted son to be leg...

Leandro Barreto and François Souyri, a couple who first entered a civil partnership in 2008, have been told that they will need to get divorced if they want to relocate to France w… Read More

Transgender couple delighted to be first to marry in Nepal

Monika Shahi Nath and Ramesh Nath Yogi have become the first transgender couple to be married in Nepal. Although delighted to be the first transgender person to make this step, Nath&rsquo… Read More

Royal Courts of Justice uphold father’s application to return children to Romani...

Her Honour Judge Nancy Hillier, sitting in the Royal Courts of Justice in June, upheld a father’s application fo… Read More