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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Application to oppose an application for adoption. Pauffley J refuses the application on the basis that there is insufficient evidence of a change in circumstances
We are delighted to welcome Professor Nigel Lowe, the leading international family law expert and Professor Emeritus of Law, Cardiff University, to FOURTEEN. Prof Lowe joins us as a Consultant and will assist members of chambers in complex cases. He is able to assist in resolving international disputes and to provide an expert and authoritative opinion in such matters or to provide assistance to foreign courts applying or requiring evidence of English domestic law in family cases concerning children. For more information as to the services that he can offer, please contact the clerks, and for more information about Prof Lowe's career, please see his profile