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Monthly Family Law Archives: June 2017

Practice Direction 12D amended following Munby P's judgment 'In the matter of a...

President of the Family Division Sir James Munby has issued a circular announcing that the practice guidance relating to inherent jurisdiction and wardship proceedings has been amended. P… Read More

Brexit uncertainty factors in international child relocation case

Brexit became a factor in a child relocation battle in a judgment released last week where a mother successfully appealed the court's refusal to allow her to move her son back to Italy, a… Read More

Surrogate gives birth to her mother's baby

A young mother who had given birth to her mother's child featured in the Sunday Telegraph last week, i… Read More

Baroness Hale has "bees in her bonnet" over children's rights in the family cour...

The seventh World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights concluded yesterday in Dublin, having acted as an international forum for the examination of family law and child… Read More

All going on a summer holiday? Things you should know before taking your child a...

If you are planning on taking your child on holiday abroad, depending on your destination, you may have to fulfil some surprising requirements to avoid tears at the airport. A&nbs… Read More