Below are ten of last week’s best family law blogs and news posts from around the web:-
The Attorney General has said that the current ban on gay and unmarried couples should remain in place until the Stormont Assembly decides otherwise.
Family Law Week presents Steve Crompton & David Kitson of RSM Tenon who review the Chancellor’s 2012 Budget announcements.
Refusal to allow a woman to adopt her same-sex partner’s child was not discriminatory according to The European Court of Human Rights’ ruling in the case of Gas and Dubois v. France.
Think-tank the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) has accused the Government of missing a chance in its latest budget to tackle the problem of family breakdown.
Some of Wales’ most vulnerable children and young people are unaware of their statutory right to an independent professional ‘voice’.
Jordan Publishing has announced the return of the Family Law Awards, which will be held on 10 October 2012.
A recent study by FindLaw.com has revealed that March sees a spike in the number of divorce queries (although January is generally thought of as “Divorce Month” by divorce lawyers).
Mills & Reeve to launch an online know-how and training package for family lawyers.
- Is relying on the integrity of a solicitor appropriate in Hildebrand cases? Is lodging documents with a third party solicitor the answer? (FamilyBlawg)
Guest family law blog summarising the Court of Appeal decision of Imerman v Tchenguiz  2 FLR 814.
Some doctors breaking the law by “pre-signing” abortion consent forms, the Government has said.
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