New Court of Appeal case a gamechanger for arbitration in family law?

A recent Court of Appeal case has the potential to change the landscape of arbitration in family law. With the court backlog worse than ever as a result of Covid-19, out-of-court settlement options, such as Early Neutral Evaluations, Private FDRs and Arbitration are seen as increasingly attractive prospects for separating couples, who would like to... Continue Reading →

Arbitration given green light by family courts

The President of the Family Division, Sir James Mumby, has delivered judgement approving a financial settlement award made through arbitration. Arbitration in Family proceedings was launched in 2012 with the aim of providing a cost-effective alternative to court proceedings to resolve family disputes. The case of S v S [2014] EWHC 7 (Fam) is the... Continue Reading →

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