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deckchairs_webHave the recent changes in the family justice system been ‘for better or worse’? It certainly seems that a lot of judicial grumbling has been directed at family lawyers recently which is perhaps a sign that the changes have been too much, too fast?

And the reforms aren’t over yet, consultations are in progress and further Family Procedure Rules 2010 amendments ahead. Some changes have been greeted positively by family lawyers, others with reservations. In these challenging times, when you are busy helping your clients, how can you keep up to date with this avalanche of reform? LexisNexis Family is there to help with this.

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  • Fair criticism? Court bundles were among the issues that it is believed the court failed to address in an appropriate manner in a case where a separating couple had amassed a combined legal bill of £1.3m on all aspects of their dispute (including the children proceedings) following what was described by the judge as ‘titanic litigation’.
    Richard Todd QC, 1 Hare Court
    Christopher Wagstaffe QC, 29 Bedford Row
  • Preparation of court bundles in family proceedings
    Lexis®PSL Family Practice Note
  • Specialist Family Drug and Alcohol Court is going nationwide
    Seona Myerscough and Nicola Brocklehurst, Gardner Leader
  • Keep it in the family (New Law Journal article)
    Kate Molan and Lucy Cummin, Penningtons Manches

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