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Bezeliansky v Bezelianskaya  EWCA Civ 76 confirms, judges have the flexibility to provide creative assistance when one party fails to comply with the terms of an order.
An article by Stewarts Divorce and Family partner Toby Atkinson about the Court of Appeal case involving the divorce of investor Randy Work has been published in The Times.
Toby Atkinson speaks to the Times about the issue of privacy within the family courts, and whether financial settlements within divorce hearings should be kept private.
Sam Longworth reviews the recent Morris v Morris case, which highlights the need for family law practitioners to be alive to the different standards of proof and evidential rules that can apply when civil and criminal law coincide.
The automatic right to an oral hearing on applying for permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal was abolished on 3 October 2016.
Toby Atkinson spoke to Citywealth about the impact of Brexit on London's status as a leading jurisdiction for international divorce settlements.
Stephen Foster recently featured in the Brief, the legal newsletter from The Times. He commented on the subject of privacy within family law cases, and the increase in alternative dispute resolution options.
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