Brexit and Family Law

The Covid-19 pandemic has shifted everyone's focus to trying to stay safe during this pandemic and waiting for a cure or vaccination as we go about day to day life. However, the implication and effects of Brexit in many areas including Family Law are in the background and fast approaching. The MOJ has published guidance [...]

By |2021-04-13T09:14:42+00:00November 26th, 2020|Litigation|0 Comments

Think about the children

Think about the children. I have always encouraged clients to have a child focused appproach to separation and divorce. The report of the Family Solutions Group highlights how important it is for not only the parents but also for the professionals working with the families to have a child focused approach. It is ' encouraging [...]

By |2020-11-13T11:48:04+00:00November 13th, 2020|Litigation|0 Comments

Hold On! What Do You Mean By Preservation of Evidence?

SBP Law was proud to participate with Exterro and Gavin Dodd at the recent prestigious ACEDS Litigation webinar. A Legal Hold, also known as litigation hold, document hold, hold order, or preservation order, has more commonly been a US term but organisations in the UK and Europe also need to ensure their data preservation practices [...]

By |2020-10-26T11:59:55+00:00October 26th, 2020|International, Litigation|0 Comments

Prenups: Are they worth the paper they are written on?

Prenups: Are they worth the paper they are written on? By Dr. Donald Macfarlane | 27/08/2020 Table of Contents   By Marianne Stavrou (Trainee Solicitor – Family Law, SBP Law) and Dr Don Macfarlane Prenuptial agreements (PNAs) are frequently associated in the context of “high net worth” individuals and celebrity marriages. However, prenuptial agreements are becoming justifiably more common throughout [...]

By |2020-08-27T09:27:18+00:00August 27th, 2020|Litigation|0 Comments

SBP Law contributes to GDPR Webinar

Link: Summary Event Timings: BST: 2pm - 3pm EDT: 9am - 10am It has now been over 2 years since GDPR came into effect. As most will now know, these regulations have dramatically increased the onus on organisations to take a proactive approach to data protection compliance and reduce risk around the way they [...]

By |2020-08-18T13:53:51+00:00August 18th, 2020|Acquisitions, Insolvency, Litigation|0 Comments

‘End of Blame Game’- now the waiting game

How long will it be before the 'No fault divorce' system can be used?There has been much publicity that parties will now be able to apply for a divorce without having to give a list of reasons against the other party as to why a divorce should be granted. Parties who wished to proceed in [...]

By |2020-07-27T12:23:23+00:00July 27th, 2020|Litigation|0 Comments

Nightingale Courts to be set up – Press release on the 19th July 2020 by HMCTS, the MOJ and The Rt Hon Robert Buckland QC MP

During the pandemic we have had the ‘Nightingale Hospital’ set up. Now we are to have Nightingale courts. So far 10 sites have been proposed to ‘host’ the ‘Nightingale Courts’. It is hoped that more suitable locations can be found in England and Wales so that this number can increase.The press release states that:‘This will [...]

By |2020-07-20T13:55:57+00:00July 20th, 2020|Litigation, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Paedophile hunters evidence can be used in prosecutions

Supreme Court rules that there is no right to engage in paedophilia and children’s rights must be protected so decoy evidence can be relied upon to obtain a conviction. By. Tamara Davis and Don Macfarlane (SBP LAW)   WARNING: The facts of this case may be regarded by many as unpleasant, concerning, and unsettling. Nonetheless, [...]

By |2020-07-16T10:34:14+00:00July 16th, 2020|Governments, International, Litigation|0 Comments

How does the court propose to recover as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic?

On the st July 2020, a response was published by HMCourts and Tribunals Service to concerns as to how the court proposes to recover as a result of  Covid-19. The court service has had to be fast tracked into dealing with matters in the 21st Centuary and making more use of technology including remote hearings [...]

By |2020-07-08T15:58:12+00:00July 8th, 2020|Litigation|0 Comments
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