Covers all issues around children and family law, including personal relationships, relationship breakdown and children in the context of divorce or separation, plus children in public law and cross-border disputes.
Our family court resources section has dedicated tools and resources for solicitors working in family courts, incorporating the revised public law outline.
The Law Society has responded to the FPRC's draft practice direction 3AA
The Law Society has responded to the report on the Draft Child Arrangement Programme from the Private Law Working Group
The Law Society has responded to the Child Maintenance Enforcement Commission (CMEC), Supporting Separating Families; Securing Children's Futures.
Read the Law Society's written evidence to the Justice Select Committee as part of its inquiry into the draft legislation on the Children and Families Bill.
Read the Law Society's response to the Family Justice Review draft legislation.
Read the Law Society's response to the government consultation on co-operative parenting following family separation.
Brings together all the information needed for undertaking family arbitrations.
Accreditation for family practitioners who meet the highest standards of expertise and client service.
Provides a suite of tools to assist family solicitors considering unbundling work.
Our family community offers networking opportunities and guidance on family and children law and other relevant areas of practice.
The role, benefits and concerns of digital technology in family law by David Hodson OBE MICArb
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The Family Law Protocol is the Law Society's authoritative set of best practice guidelines in family practice. Endorsed by the president of the Family Division and developed in association with Resolution and other leading interest groups, adherence to Part I ensures family lawyers are aware of the overarching matters they must consider to promote their client's best interests.
For a fuller treatment of all areas of family practice, buy the complete Family Law Protocol (4th) (Law Society 2015, £39.95).
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The Family Law Committee and Childrens' Law Sub-Committee are part of the Legal Affairs and Policy Board.They review and promote improvements in family law, practice and procedure, including child care law and procedure.
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