Category: Vicky Medd
Children Disputes: Can you make arrangements away from the Court?
The President of the Family Division has said that Courts should be a last resort for parents at war. At […]
Why You Really, Really Should Be Using a Solicitor
Covid-19 has had a huge impact on our lives, and in particular on our livelihoods. Jobs have been lost, and […]
Philip Schofield’s options if he does separate
Relationship problems have been in the news over the course of the last two weeks. First, Fern Britton and Phil […]
Summer Madness in the Family Court
The courts have reported a number of unusual cases that have been dealt with this summer. A couple appeared before […]
The new Divorce Bill
For many years, family lawyers have been putting pressure on successive governments to alter the current fault based divorce system. […]
Spousal maintenance – where are we now?
It’s been a while since I wrote a blog. Family law continues at a fast pace, and the times, they […]
Can I take our child on holiday without my ex-partner’s consent?
You cannot take your child out of the UK without the consent of all parties with parental responsibility (PR), unless […]
Spousal maintenance: “Sea change” in the law?
It has been reported that there are now fewer cases where wives on divorce are receiving life-long spousal maintenance orders […]
Grandparents exercising contact
In recent weeks, the calls for the law to be changed to give grandparents greater legal status when applying for […]
End to meal ticket for life
In previous years, the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court have had a degree of sympathy for spousal […]