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To Vaccinate, or not to Vaccinate: One Year On

Antonia Kirby
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Last September, I explored whether or not children should receive the Covid-19 vaccination. One year on, where are we now and how does the Court view the issue? 2020 In the case of K (A Child: permission to vaccinate) [2020] EWHC 3775 (Fam), the Court...

No-Fault Divorce - What do we need to know?

Antonia Kirby
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Throughout March and April 2022 you will most likely have heard or seen in the the news, the revolutionary change to the Law; the introduction of no-fault divorce, after many, many years of lobbying. Prior to the Divorce, Dissolution and...

To vaccinate, or not to vaccinate: Issues for the parents of 2021

Antonia Kirby
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There are many decisions which arise in a child’s life that can cause conflict between separated parents; what name they should be known by, whether they should be raised vegan, where or how they should be educate, what religion they follow. However,...

Government commits to date for introduction of No Fault Divorce

Faye Williamson
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It has been announced that the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020, which will allow couples to get divorced without putting one of them at fault, will come onto force on the 6 April 2022. This is somewhat later than it was hoped, as the Act was...

Guidance on your children having contact with their other parent during the coronavirus pandemic.

Faye Williamson
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On Monday 23 March 2020 Boris Johnson informed the nation that it will no longer be permitted to leave your home unless you are carrying out one of the following: Essential food shopping Essential work Obtaining medicine/attending to medical needs Daily...