Family LoreCast #38, 24th March 2011

This week Natasha and I discuss the cases Re A (a child) and N v F, Lord Neuberger's speech on open justice and the recent parliamentary debate on 'hyper-injunctions'.

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Family LoreCast #36, 17th February 2011

In this week's LoreCast I discuss the Practice Directions supplemental to the new Family Procedure Rules and the cases of C (A Child) and O (Children), and Natasha explains what happened at the meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Family Law and The Court of Protection this week, which explored the issue of shared parenting.

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Family LoreCast #35, 10th February 2011

In this week's LoreCast Natasha and I try a slightly different format, with each of us discussing items that we have found particularly interesting. Topics covered are the cases of Jones v Jones and Richardson v Richardson, a study published on how local authorities work with domestically abusive fathers and the next meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Family Law and The Court of Protection, which 'will explore the different interpretations of shared parenting as a legal and practical notion'.

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Family LoreCast #34, 3rd February 2011

In this week's LoreCast Natasha and I discuss the second report of the Munro Review, the case of CW & Ors v TW and Sir Nicholas Wall's call for cohabitees' property rights.

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Family LoreCast #33, 27th January 2011

In a slightly shorter than usual LoreCast this week, Natasha and I discuss the case where a surrogate mother who changed her mind was allowed to keep the baby and the Law Society's warning regarding the rise in litigants in person if the government presses ahead with legal aid reforms.

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Family LoreCast #30, 6th January 2011

In our first LoreCast of the new year Natasha and I look back on the big family law stories and cases of 2010, and look forward to the stories that will be making the headlines in 2011.

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