Public Interest? Privacy, Children and the Family Court  

Even a momentary glance at social media will confirm that the age-old boundaries of private and public lives seem to have blurred. Judging by the mass of content on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, there are few topics, it appears, which remain off-limits and beyond prying eyes. Nevertheless, that’s not to say that a tension between […]

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  Family Courts, Cuts and ‘Judge Rage’  

Being a family solicitor can mean dealing with a wide range of themes and circumstances. However, one thing is relatively common to all the cases with which myself and my colleagues at Hall Brown handle; namely, that attending a court hearing can be something of a daunting prospect for many individuals, regardless of age. That’s […]

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