Variation: Opening the door

Family Law Journal | February 2019

Andrew Scott examines a long-running case as to the revision of a final order to reflect subsequent events and the jurisdiction of the court to do so

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Evidence: Going undercover

Family Law Journal | September 2018

Melanie Kalina considers the potential impact of covert recording in the context of children proceedings, and the courts’ approach to such evidence

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Costs: The need for clarity

Family Law Journal | June 2018

Abigail Lowther reviews a civil decision on a claim for costs by a firm against their former client, and the circumstances in which a default judgment may be set aside

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Insolvency: Beyond reach

Family Law Journal | June 2017

Ellen Walker sets out the principles applied where a party seeks to protect their interest against a trustee in bankruptcy using equitable principles

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