Written by: Byron James | Published in Family Law Week
FOURTEEN’s Chris Miller will be speaking once again at a seminar for the White Paper Company, this time in relation to the developments in the law relating to the instruction of experts in family proceedings. Chris’ talk focuses on the amendment to PD25, FPR 2010 and considers the way in which courts are applying these changes, including where neither party is able to fund the instruction of an expert but the court deems that such evidence is necessary.
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Successful appeal considering (1) the interplay between public law and private law proceedings where the State seeks to intervene in the placement of a child; (2) a reconsideration of the balancing exercise where the mother is able to provide “good enough” care but the grandmother is able to provide better care; and (3) the balancing exercise for purposeful delay for further assessment of a parent.
We are delighted to be sponsoring Family Rights Group's 40th Anniversary Dinner on 23 October 2014. FRG is an excellent charity, advising families whose children are involved with, or need, children’s services due to welfare needs or concerns. Speakers at the dinner include the Rt. Hon. Lord Justice McFarlane and Baroness Hale of Richmond, and the event is hosted by the President of the Family Division, the Rt. Hon. Sir James Munby. If you would like to know more, or book your place at the dinner, please click here