23 February 2015
Non-delegable duty of care for local authorities in foster care – a tale of two judgments.
Reflecting on an important decision.
9 February 2015
What must a claimant show if a case of proprietary estoppel is to succeed?
26 January 2015
Disputes related to this are often the main bar to divorcing couples resolving financial disagreements. Recent comprehensive guidance aims to help.
1 December 2014
Proposed amendments to child abduction legislation will have a far-reaching impact on family law.
3 November 2014
Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act is the major piece of criminal legislation this year. Here is what the changes mean for solicitors.
27 October 2014
Wills made before 2007 by testators who by the date of death had acquired transferred nil-rate band have presented problems.
21 October 2014
Recent cases prove that universal laws are needed to provide clarity and help secure the welfare of surrogate babies.
20 October 2014
Should we open our doors to unregulated providers via a voluntary scheme?
13 October 2014
The law around adoptees’ attempts to find out about their real parents.
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