Amy Royce-Greensill

Amy Royce-Greensill Professional Support Lawyer

Amy Royce-Greensill, BA Juris (University College, Oxford University) is a professional support lawyer at Jordan Publishing. Previously a practicing family solicitor, Amy trained and worked in London where she specialised in family law, acting in a range of private finance and children matters.

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PSL Essential Update - FPR amendments for set-aside applications and declarations of parentage 05 OCT 2016

PSL Essential Update - FPR amendments for set-aside applications and declarations of parentage

In a nutshell: There are amendments to the FPR 2010 for two types of application: Set aside...

Family Justice Council publishes Guidance on 'Financial Needs' on Divorce 01 JUL 2016

Family Justice Council publishes Guidance on 'Financial Needs' on Divorce

The Family Justice Council has today (1 July 2016) released its long-awaited Guidance on...

PSL Essential Update - June 2016 01 JUL 2016

PSL Essential Update - June 2016

In the month that Britain (or 52% of Britain) made the historic (and controversial*) decision to...

Bristol courts increase awareness of domestic abuse 07 JUN 2016

Bristol courts increase awareness of domestic abuse

The Bristol Civil and Family Justice Centre held a session on 26 May 2016 to provide more...

Marriage rates decline for the first time since 2009 27 APR 2016

Marriage rates decline for the first time since 2009

The Office of National Statistics has released a bulletin analysing marriage statistics for the...

PSL Essential Update – Madonna’s March 01 APR 2016

PSL Essential Update – Madonna’s March

We’ve been bracing ourselves for a deluge of FPR changes, guidance, draft standard orders and...

St John’s Chambers Annual One Day Money Conference 09 MAR 2016

St John’s Chambers Annual One Day Money Conference

At St John’s Chambers Annual One Day Money conference family lawyers gathered to hear expert...

Inheritance dispute goes to the Supreme Court: Ilott v Mitson 02 MAR 2016

Inheritance dispute goes to the Supreme Court: Ilott v Mitson

The animal charities Blue Cross, RSPB and RSPCA in Ilott v Mitson, a case relating to an...

Length of High Court financial remedy case skeleton arguments to be reduced 20 JAN 2016

Length of High Court financial remedy case skeleton arguments to be reduced

The recent drive to ensure court documents are kept concise is continuing, with Mostyn J...

Family Law's top 10 articles of 2015 22 DEC 2015

Family Law's top 10 articles of 2015

Clockwise from top left: The Family Court Practice 2015 hot off the press, an artist's impression...

PSL Essential update –  Getting married: A scoping paper 17 DEC 2015

PSL Essential update – Getting married: A scoping paper

The Law Commission has published a report following a scoping project about getting married. ...

The Grant Thornton Matrimonial Survey reveals key issues for family law 20 NOV 2015

The Grant Thornton Matrimonial Survey reveals key issues for family law

The annual Grant Thornton Matrimonial Survey results show that the key issues for many family law...

Gohil v Gohil – in a nutshell 15 OCT 2015

Gohil v Gohil – in a nutshell

Gohil (Appellant) v Gohil (Respondent) [2015] UKSC 61 (Lord Neuberger (President), Lady Hale...

Sharland v Sharland – in a nutshell 14 OCT 2015

Sharland v Sharland – in a nutshell

Sharland (Appellant) v Sharland (Respondent) [2015] UKSC 60 Lord Neuberger (President), Lady...

Sharland and Gohil – Supreme Court decision – Wives win 14 OCT 2015

Sharland and Gohil – Supreme Court decision – Wives win

At 9.45 am today the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the case of Sharland and Gohil....

Feedback for judges in the Family Court 07 OCT 2015

Feedback for judges in the Family Court

Research by Judith Masson at Bristol University has examined how feedback could be useful to...

PSL Essential Update – Back to School 02 SEP 2015

PSL Essential Update – Back to School

Back to school Welcome back - it’s time to shrug off the last of those hazy, lazy summer...

Domestic abuse and forced marriage 04 JUL 2014

Domestic abuse and forced marriage

Applications under Part IV Family Law Act 1996 – Non-molestation and occupation orders Part...

Jennifer Roberts QC appointed as High Court Judge 29 MAY 2014

Jennifer Roberts QC appointed as High Court Judge

Jennifer Roberts QC is to be a Justice of the High Court with effect from 3 June 2014, on the...

MIAMS – essential update 17 APR 2014

MIAMS – essential update

This our penultimate article in our series of essential updates ahead of the...

The Children and Families Act 2014 – essential update 16 APR 2014

The Children and Families Act 2014 – essential update

The family law reforms are two working days away. The volume of material for family law...

The single Family Court – essential update 15 APR 2014

The single Family Court – essential update

Following a number of enquiries Jordan Publishing would like to clarify that we are not the...

Same Sex Marriage – essential update 12 MAR 2014

Same Sex Marriage – essential update

Hands up who is looking forward to getting their heads around all of the upcoming...

Judgment out in Young v Young 22 NOV 2013

Judgment out in Young v Young

Mr Justice Moor of the High Court has given judgment in the final hearing of the long running...

Supreme Court dismisses the appeal in Re B 12 JUN 2013

Supreme Court dismisses the appeal in Re B

The Supreme Court has dismissed the appeal of the parents of a child subject to a care order...

Amy Royce-Greensill: The Jackson Five 09 MAY 2013

Amy Royce-Greensill: The Jackson Five

At the moment, I am updating our new Practice Notes to include the amendments made by the...

Five new family law QCs appointed 27 FEB 2013

Five new family law QCs appointed

The Lord Chancellor has approved the appointment of five new family law Queen's Counsel today....

The new FPR 2010, Part 25 (Experts and Assessors) and accompanying practice directions come in to force today. What changes do they make? 31 JAN 2013

The new FPR 2010, Part 25 (Experts and Assessors) and accompanying practice directions come in to force today. What changes do they make?

On 31 January 2013, the new FPR 2010, Part 25 and accompanying practice directions come into...

1996 Hague Convention comes into force on 1 November 2012 01 NOV 2012

1996 Hague Convention comes into force on 1 November 2012

The Hague Convention on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, Recognition, Enforcement and...

Prest and The Corporate Veil 29 OCT 2012

Prest and The Corporate Veil

The Court of Appeal has given judgment in the case of Petrodel Resources Ltd and Others v Prest...

Petrodel Resources Ltd and Others v Prest and Others 29 OCT 2012

Petrodel Resources Ltd and Others v Prest and Others

Petrodel Resources Limited (1), Petrodel Upstream Limited (2), Vermont Petroleum Limited (3) v ...