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May you live in interesting times

3PB's specialist family law barrister Michael George reviews economic disruption and financial remedy claims.

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Remote Hearings - A practical guide to case management

3PB Barrister Luke Nelson - Remote Hearings - A practical guide to case management

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When can bad behaviour trigger an adverse costs order?

When can bad behaviour trigger an adverse costs order: an analysis by Adam Langrish. First published in Lexis Nexis, PSL

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RE: ACC & Ors [2020] EWCOP 9

Matthew Wyard analyses Re: ACC &Ors [2020] EWCOP 9, a case concerning the conflicts of interests that may arise where property and affairs deputies instruct a firm with which they are associated to carry out instructions for P, or to conduct litigation on P’s behalf.

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3PB Family Barrister Emma Harman explains the lessons that can be learned from A Local Authority v G (Parent with Learning Disability) [2017] EWFC B94.

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Jennifer Kotilaine, 3PB family barrister, reflects on the various ways in which the application of children law has adapted to the internet and social media and on the further adaptations that may lie ahead.

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Read Hamish Dunlop's lecture notes on Owens v Owens, a groundbreaking divorce case scheduled to go to the Supreme Court. Hamish's analysis explains why this case could lead to the introduction of no-fault divorce in the UK.

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3PB Family Barrister Rachael Goodall analyses the Court of Appeal's judgement in the appeal of JS v RS [2017] EWCA Civ 408, concerning the division of matrimonial assets following the dissolution of a marriage.

Rachael's analysis takes account of the jurisprudential relationship between Miller v Miller and McFarlane v McFarlane.

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