Monday, April 15, 2019

News Essentials: 15th April 2019

A brief summary of the essential family law news and cases from the last week:

The implementation and delivery of the family court settlement conferences pilot: a process evaluation
Research to understand the views and experiences of professionals taking part in the settlement conferences pilot. Full story: Ministry of Justice.

Reform of the legal requirements for divorce
This report provides a summary of the feedback received through the consultation and the government’s response. Full story: Ministry of Justice.

New divorce law to end the blame game
New legislation to overhaul divorce law and reduce family conflict. Full story: Ministry of Justice.

Pierburg v Pierburg [2019] EWFC 24 (11 April 2019)
Judgment considering whether there was jurisdiction for the petitioner wife to apply for divorce in England and Wales. Full report: Bailii.

XW v XH [2019] EWCA Civ 549 (02 April 2019)
Application for a reporting restrictions order made on behalf of the Appellant wife, in advance of the hearing of her appeal in financial remedy proceedings. Full report: Bailii.

A (Children) [2019] EWCA Civ 609 (07 March 2019)
Appeal by father against dismissal of application for leave to oppose the making of adoption orders in respect of his two children. Appeal dismissed. Full report: Bailii.

H v T (Judicial Change of Mind) [2018] EWHC 3692 (Fam) (24 May 2018)
Appeal by husband against financial remedies order. Appeal dismissed, following judicial change of mind. Full report: Bailii.

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