This was an application for parental orders for 18 month old twins. The case involved a British couple who had entered into a £22,000 surrogacy agreement in Ukraine.
This case involved Mr Edwards who tripped over a raised paving stone and hurt his knee while taking the bin out to a bin store at the block of flats where he lived as an assured shorthold tenant.
The case involved a surrogacy whereby the mother of a single male agreed to be the surrogate for his child.
Bill Bowring explores the nature of corporate responsibility in Russia for Who’s Who Legal.
mma and Adrian have been invited by Practical Law to write a series of practice notes on the duties and powers of local authorities under Part VII Housing Act 1996, covering the major legal concepts including eligibility, homelessness, priority need and intentional homelessness.
High Court for the first time refuses to recognise and enforce foreign custody order under the 1980 European Convention on the grounds that to enforce the order would have been manifestly incompatible with the principles of English family law.
Joshua Swirsky represented a son who is suing his mother over access to the family home.
Field Court Chambers is delighted to announce that 8 members of Chambers have been listed in the Legal 500 2014 edition.
Ruth Cabeza will be talking at the Alternative Parenting Show on Saturday 20 September 2014
In a case receiving press attention in Japan and in the UK, second six pupil and former solicitor Edward Bennett, instructed by Anne-Marie Hutchinson and James Netto of Dawson Cornwell, successfully appeared in the High Court for the applicant left behind father in the first incoming UK-Japan case under the 1980 Hague Convention since Japan […]