Published: 5th November 2013
A recent survey, published by Rights of Women, Women's Aid and Welsh Women's Aid, highlights that victims of domestic violence have not had the support they need from legal aid, contradicting a pledge from the government that legal aid would be available to those who need it.
Published: 25th October 2013
New research published by the Marriage Foundation predicts that almost half of today's children will experience a family breakdown by the time they reach their mid-teens.
Published: 17th October 2013
Statistics published by the Office of National Statistics has show an dramatic increase in civil partnership dissolutions in the last few years.
Published: 9th October 2013
Our latest blog looks at the impact divorce can have on men's health both physically and mentally.
Published: 2nd October 2013
The Department for Work and Pensions are making changes to the appeal process for benefits and child maintenance claims.
Published: 30th September 2013
A recent study links a rise in domestic violence claims with England World Cup football matches.
Published: 25th September 2013
New research carried out by government cuts campaign group False Economy suggests that one in three council house tenants have been left in arrears by the controversial 'Bedroom Tax' law, affecting around 50,000 council tenants.
Published: 19th September 2013
A survey by Resolution indicated that a large number of people still believe that 'Common Law Marriage' exists, highlighting that more should be done to protect cohabitants rights.
Published: 5th September 2013
A recent study shows that women are much happier following a divorce when compared to men.
Published: 2nd September 2013
New government plans have been announced to reduce unfair council tax surcharges on family home improvements and family annexes.
Published: 21st August 2013
New research carried out by the Mandel School of Applied Science suggests that the exposure to violence alone can have severe long term effects on a child's behaviour.
Published: 15th August 2013
Family mediators are being encouraged to lead the way in trying to promote out of court settlements following a new law which is being passed by Parliament.
Published: 6th June 2013
Family law has in recent times seen a new process known as collaborative law becoming increasingly popular as a way of dealing with family disputes. The aim of collaborative law is to resolve family disputes without going to court.
Published: 23rd May 2013
Recent figures now show that that a third of today's teenagers are destined to cohabit rather than marry, compared with one in 10 of their grandparents. The number of cohabiting couples has increased by 65% in a decade and by 2014, married couples could account for less than half of British families.
Published: 30th April 2013
The national press has, in recent times, seen pages filed with references to so-called 'super-injunctions'. These orders were initially used to prevent the press from publishing details about certain individuals and businesses in a variety of legal cases.