January each year sees a marked increase in enquiries to family law solicitors.
Below is a series of news articles that affect Family Law.
Jan 2017 - New practice direction will allow online divorce pilot to go ahead
Berkshire divorce and family law solicitor and arbitrator, Tony Roe, reports on a development that means an HMCTS online divorce pilot can now occur Read more»
Jan 2017 - Digital divorce - how soon?
The Times article by Frances Gibb on Court Service online divorce needs clarification. Tony Roe puts the record straight. Read more»
Dec 2016 - We are open between Christmas & New Year for specialist family law advice.
Need proper family law advice or legal representation on divorce over Christmas 2016 and New Year 2017? We can help. Read more»
Dec 2016 - Rise in work for family lawyers despite low divorce rate
Berkshire divorce & family lawyer & arbitrator, Tony Roe, quoted by the Solicitors' Journal about the falling divorce rate. Read more»
Dec 2016 - No fault divorce - No more mud-slinging
The Family Law Act 1975 established the principle of no-fault divorce in Australian law. Divorce & family law solicitor, Tracy Jefferis, who is qualified in both this jurisdiction & Australia, considers no-fault divorce here & there. Read more»
Nov 2016 - A Good Divorce – can there be such a thing?
Collaborative divorce & family lawyer, Tony Roe, explores whether or not there can be a good divorce and the push for 'no fault'. Read more»
Nov 2016 - The government needs to be brave and introduce no fault divorce
Berkshire divorce & family law solicitor & arbitrator, Tony Roe, quoted on no-fault divorce. Read more»
Nov 2016 - Key source of family guidance
Divorce & family law solicitor & arbitrator, Tony Roe, reviews the fourth edition of the Law Society's Family Law Protocol. Read more»
Oct 2016 - Book Review: Money Laundering Compliance for Solicitors
Divorce & family law solicitor, Tony Roe, review a book on money laundering compliance for The Law Society Gazette. Read more»
Oct 2016 - Mediation can make a difference
In Mediation Awareness Week, family law solicitor & mediator, Tracey O'Dwyer explains its virtues in her letter to the editor of Reading Chronicle. Read more»