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Family Law May 21
A day in the life of .... returns to Family Law. Today provides an insight into life managing the award-winning clerking team
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Justice Canada May 22
Every family is unique, and each child has different needs. Our new bill puts children first and recognizes there is no one-size-fits-all arrangement.
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Marjha G-E May 20
I am thrilled that today I join - an exciting first day in Sheffield before I join the Bristol team tomorrow!
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John Jackson 19h
My heart sinks when I open up some papers and read that a client is ‘very agitated, confrontational, aggressive & intimidating‘ Just what I needed ...
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Fathers4Justice May 20
Scottish Daily Mail: Mums could get CRIMINAL record if they deny fathers access to kids - follows calls to jail contact deniers last year
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John-Paul Boyd May 22
… references domestic violence as a factor in determining children’s best interests, introduces a new test for parents wishing to relocate with children, and, best of all, dumps “custody” and “access” in favour of decision-making responsibility and parenting time!
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Family Law Partners May 20
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Lost in the Love Maze with 방탄소년단 1h
My graduation cap. Thanks to my kids for all of the motivation and to for the inspiration. I wouldn’t have done it without both of them. Quote is from “Paradise” & purple flowers for ARMY🤗 LY patch by
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YRes WestMids 13h
These guys nailed the photo booth Photos by
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Barrister Banter 😉 May 19
All that I have I give to you ... Let no man put asunder * Subject to the Matrimonial Causes Act
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Rowberry Morris 17h
No pay, no passport! The Department for Work and Pensions is seeking powers to confiscate the passports of those who fall significantly behind with payments.
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SMP Law Firm 8h
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Justice Canada 8h
When parents divorce, parenting arrangements should not be about winning or losing. We are proposing a new approach for parenting arrangements based on what is most important: the child’s best interests.
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Felicia Stoler 3h
A3: is important because getting married is easy. Getting out is a disaster & expensive! Not one state does it well. The only people who win are the lawyers while families are destroyed. Child support & custody need to be fixed.
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Felicia Stoler 3h
A3: Some people end marriages because of abuse, yet the system is slow, turns into , and is often unfair b/c judges can be biased. It is a cottage industry that bankrupts families due to fees for the lawyers.
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SYP May 20
Calling all young people! The Scottish Government is looking at a range of issues about children and their families. Have your say in the consultation!
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Russell Sandberg May 21
Looking forward to attending today’s meeting being held - BTW: If you are interested in then you really ought to follow the network on Twitter.
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Penningtons Manches May 15
Did you know divorce is easier in China, India and Chile than in England & Wales? Ahead of this week's test case, read the new International Divorce Law Barometer from our team:
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Emma Bates May 17
Really insightful evening tonight at the Great Northern Debate. Amazing speakers, food and gin!
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Lincolns Family Law 21h
Family Lawyers in Sussex, working for the best outcome for our clients. Contact Richard Shaw for a confidential conversation about family matters. 01403 788435.
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