– the title of reference and record in the field of family law since 1970 – is the leading practitioner journal compiled by experts for family law professionals. The journal features the latest official guidances, in-depth case analysis and topical articles. Contents also include regular columns from the Family Law Bar Association, Resolution, The Law Society and the Association of Her Majesty's District Judges as well as news and research updates, letters and book reviews.Family Law journal
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February 2017 - Special Pensions Issue
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Case Reports Articles
- The treatment of pensions in the Family Court: some answers needed? His Honour Judge Edward Hess
- 16th View from the President’s Chambers: children and vulnerable witnesses: where are we? Sir James Munby
- Pensions on divorce: another witches’ brew. Rhys Taylor
- Pension offsetting: is a consistent approach possible or even appropriate? George Mathieson
- Pensions – are we in denial? Beverley Morris and George Mathieson
- An effective method of enforcement? Blight v Brewster Beverley Morris and Philip Cayford QC
- Incoming international pension orders. David Salter
- Review of Practice Direction 12J FPR 2010 – Child Arrangement and Contact Orders: Domestic Violence and Harm. A Report to the President of the Family Division and a Draft Revised PD12J. The Hon Mr Justice Cobb
- Practice Guidance: Family Court – Duration of Ex Parte (Without Notice) Orders
- President’s Guidance: Allocation of work to Section 9 Judges
- Cross-examination of vulnerable people by alleged abusers in person
- Privacy v transparency in the family courts: the tension builds
- Allocation of work to s9 judges
- Online divorce
- Enforcement of financial orders
- Child tax credits and shared care
- Resolution News
- FLBA News
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Elizabeth Walsh Solicitor and MediatorCASE EDITORS
Rebecca Bailey-Harris Barrister, 1 Hare Court
; Professor Emeritus, University of Bristol
Caroline Bridge Barrister and Solicitor, High Court of New Zealand; Honorary Fellow, University of Manchester;
Gillian Douglas Professor of Law, Cardiff Law School, Cardiff UniversityCONSULTANT EDITOR
The Hon Mr Justice Stephen CobbJournals Manager
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