• 12th September 2014

Whilst the focus of this article is from a family law perspective, the various methods of resolving disputes or Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) are now the norm in all areas of law. The processes have moved from family to civil litigation and back again, with each discipline developing its own processes, and now there is […]

  • 12th September 2014

With more and more people moving to England, usually for work, (certainly not the weather) or moving abroad, for work or retirement, (or better weather) or where there are international marriages, there are a number of matters to consider, whether living together, as a married couple or as civil partners.

  • 12th September 2014

Family Planning
Autumn 2014

The recent Barclays Family Affair Report, published in April 2014, highlights the growth in the number of first generation family SMEs which collectively contribute £180 billion a year to the UK economy.  This figure is set to rise to £218 billion by 2018.  To put this growth in context, the value of family SMEs to […]

Surrogacy, where a couple or individual arrange for a third party mother to gestate a baby for them with the understanding that the child will be handed over to them on birth, has become more popular and more socially acceptable in recent years. For many people, it can solve the problem of infertility but it […]