The Supreme Court has made what could be a far reaching decision in relation to the establishment of the habitual residence of a child.
We discuss the media reporting of the custody battle between Madonna and Guy Ritchie and the limits of the courts when the child is a teenager with a free will.
With Scots increasingly holidaying abroad we discuss a few example scenarios illustrating how international family law is a rapidly growing area of practice.
We discusses the importance of fathers having involvement in their children’s lives and how to maintain this when families separate.
Grandparents have no Automatic Parental Responsibilities and Rights at all, and this comes as a surprise to some, however they can ask the court for an order for parental responsibilities and rights.