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Sir Paul Coleridge to launch Marriage Foundation this week...

LoreCast for the week to the 30th April 2012

It's not all bad news for divorce lawyers...

Something for the Weekend: Talking Heads - This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)

BLEAK SPOUSE: Chapter 9 – Bellend House

New NYAS website

Venal & Grabbit family law tweetup a huge success

Correct Priorities

Chapman v Jaume: There is no presumption of advancement between co-habitants

Another special award for BabyB

New report calls for reform of the law on child neglect

Happy St. George's Day!

News for the week to the 23rd April 2012

"Women are soft and gentle, but they hit things."

Something for the Weekend: Monty Python - Marriage counsellor

BLEAK SPOUSE: Chapter 8 – Prissy’s Story

In Practice: Dealing with litigants in person

Venal & Grabbit Family Lawyers of the Year Awards 2012

LASPO: What will the options be for those who can't afford representation?

Tribute to Christopher Hitchens

News for the two weeks to the 16th April 2012

Gillray got it right...

Something for the Weekend: Teddy Bears - To Know Him Is To Love Him

BLEAK SPOUSE: Chapter 7 – On the Firm’s Time

M (A Child): S.91(14) prohibitions must be made with caution

Dimo Higgins: Attorney At Law

The Family Justice Modernisation Programme: Fourth update of Mr Justice Ryder

Annual care applications exceed 10,000 for the first time

Edgar Venal Family Justice Narration

Dear Mrs Tiachi...

Practitioner Essentials: New rules, forms and PDs

Disaster avoidance

Those Scots know how to make an advert...

Is arbitration only for the mega-rich?

Happy Easter!

Something for the Weekend: Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life

BLEAK SPOUSE: Chapter 6 – Our Dead Banker

Practitioner Essentials: Keeping up with the case law

Grubb v Grubb: "To be involved in ancillary relief litigation is a dire prospect for any husband or wife"

Say it with flowers...

Annual Report of the Office of the Head of International Family Justice for England and Wales indicates increase in child abduction cases

News for the week to the 2nd April 2012

New guidance for interviewing clients