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In the press: "law firm expands 30% during a record year"

The Hexham Courant recently reported on the excellent year that Major family Law has experienced, with the team growing by 30% and new offices being…

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Solicitors sought to join our team

We’re hiring! As our plans for growth continue, Major Family Law is looking to recruit for two new positions on our leading law firm’s specialist team

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All things bright and beautiful

So, we’ve read so much these past few months about lawyers learning to work from home, going paperless overnight, embracing remote technology with Zoom meetings…

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Government urges social distancing at weddings

The government has published new guidance for couples planning to stage “small” weddings or civil partnership ceremonies in England while the pandemic continues. Published by…

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“No return to normal court operation for months”

In a new publication entitled The Family Court and COVID 19: The Road Ahead, the President of the Family Division has outlined likely working conditions…

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Indian domestic violence receiving fewer male callers

There was a 40 per cent drop in the number of Indian men calling domestic violence helplines in April following the introduction of lockdown measures,…

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Major Family Law Coronavirus Update 20th March 2020

Following recent changes to the latest government and NHS advice, our team at Major Family Law wanted to provide you with an update on our…

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New faces for Cafcass and the Family Division

Children’s services professional Jacky Tiotto has taken up her new role as Chief Executive of the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, commonly…

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Stepsisters battle in court over order of couple’s death

The daughter of a pensioner who died three years ago has emerged victorious in an inheritance dispute with her stepsister, thanks to a little-known legal…

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Surrogacy law is outdated, claims Law Commission

Current laws on surrogate motherhood are out of date and should be changed, the head of the Law Commission has claimed. In a newly published…

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Government has ‘no plans to take family and civil cases entirely online’

The Government has no plans to force litigants in family and other civil cases to exclusively use online courts, a spokesman for the Ministry of…

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Female victims of domestic violence more at risk of mental illness

Women who have been abused or attacked by their partners are 300 per cent more likely to struggle with their mental health later in life…

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