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Demand continues to rise... but is supply struggling to catch up?
We consider the impact of regional lockdowns on extant trends, and summarise the latest data in the super-prime market.
Are remote hearings effective in family law?
A study published this week by the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory has shed some light on the challenges faced by families and professionals when it comes to remote hearings.
Early Neutral Evaluation vs. Mediation: What’s the difference?
Here, we break down the differences between mediation, and the less well-known option of early neutral evaluation (ENE).
Is mediation compulsory for family matters? Should it be?
We understand that a relationship breakdown is hard enough without having to learn a whole new legal language.
Arranging Contact with a Grandchild in Care
Our Child Matters expert Darren Francis explains how he was able to help a couple increase their contact hours with their grandchildren who were living with a foster family.
Should I go private? Private FDR Explained
Sorting out your finances after a separation is complex, and can become stressful. Our mission is to bring clarity to negotiations, unravel complex issues and make the process much less stressful for our clients.
Careers at Laurus: From law student to training contract
We sat down with Jack to find out what advice he has for starting your legal career, choosing a firm and training as a solicitor.
Property Market Update - September 2020
While the renewed lockdown measures are affecting other areas of our lives, property transactions are still able to go ahead, essentially as before.
Removing the fear from divorce: The benefits of family arbitration
Arbitration is an excellent form of dispute resolution when you want to settle matters out of court.
In Conversation with William Hogg
We sat down with William to hear his insight on the rising popularity and benefits of handling family cases away from the courtroom.
Giving your children a voice when a relationship breaks down
With the right support, your separation can have a positive outcome which has you and your children’s best interests at heart.