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Can child arrangements be changed after a divorce?

Sometimes, life changes happen unexpectedly. For parents who have separated, this can mean revisiting your child arrangements so that your children can continue to feel happy and safe.

Child Custody Q&A

In this article, our Head of Family Law Steven Gasser, and Senior Associate Darren Francis answer some commonly asked questions on child custody.

What does Haley v Haley mean for family arbitration?

We discuss exactly how the Haley v Haley outcome will affect the way family arbitration is used in the future.

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National Lockdown Update: Can you move house?

Ahead of the new national lockdown taking place in England this Thursday, we’ve provided a summary of the current guidance released for buying and selling homes.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.