Financial remedies, keyboard warriors & media: our round-up of news for February 2021
If you missed what we’ve been sharing last month, here’s a round up of our blogs and some of the news posts on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
From our blog:
How LGFL are reaching new audiences through digital media channels, including digital magazine, blogs and a brand new radio station.
As the Financial Remedies Courts become part of the system, we look at what they are, why they are important, and how taking proper legal advice early is still crucial for financial settlements for divorce or separation.
Communicating with your ex-partner during your separation can be stressful, but as our latest article shows, hitting Reply can help save emotional email exchanges ending up before a judge in court.
From our social media:
Work from home guidance to remain in place until 21 June at the earliest.
Another reminder about being careful with remote communications.
"Buckland told the review body that he will not be issuing a remit letter for an annual review of judicial pay for the 2021/22 year as the government will not be able to implement the recommendations."
It's to help you manage all aspects of co-parenting in one secure place, making parenting after divorce and separation simpler.
Some help from the railways for victims of abuse. Since April last year 747 adults and 273 children — have used the Rail to Refuge scheme.
“If action is not taken to increase capacity further, case delays will continue to increase and more victims, witnesses, and defendants will be denied access to justice.” Law Society President David Greene talks to the Daily Mail about the courts backlog
For those addicted to this series - it's coming to an end!
Adele won't sing to tell all.
Now that's a face mask to match your outifit!
"The issue remains deeply misunderstood, shrouded in shame and judgment of the victims, enabled by excuse-making for the perpetrators"
A great resource for divorcing couples.
One way to deal with your wedding rings after a divorce.