Clare Ciborowska has recently featured on a podcast episode of Law Pod UK looking at the criminal...
We have a strong family team with members whose expertise encompasses domestic violence.
We are frequently instructed in applications for non-molestation orders, occupation orders and applications to transfer a tenancy as well as other applications made under the Family Law Acts and Forced Marriage (Civil Protection) Act 2007.
Due to the nature of these proceedings many applications are made on an urgent basis. Our proximity to the Brighton Family Court, the excellent facilities at our disposal and a wider team of Family Law practitioners makes us well-placed to deal with these applications quickly and professionally.
We understand the sensitive nature of these applications and our members work hard to support clients during the process.
Clare Ciborowska on Domestic Abuse: Coercive Control - Oct 2018
Clare Ciborowska and Kirsten Japp talk with Worthing Law Society about domestic abuse cases - Sep 2018
Clare Ciborowska succeeds in complex fact-finding hearing in a private law case concerning allegations of coercive control - Aug 2018
Anita Mehta writes the article: Schedule 1 to The Children Act 1989: Not Just for Wags - Feb 2015
Seminar: Nothing else will do – Where are we now with Re B & Re BS? - Dec 2014
Seminar: Article 15: Determining in which country to hold care proceedings - Nov 2014
Matthew Heywood appears in the High Court in an international child abduction case - Nov 2012
Government announces new definition of Domestic Violence - Sep 2012
When and how to exclude McKenzie Friends from providing assistance in Family Proceedings - Jul 2012
Legal Loophole closed from today following extension to the offence of causing or allowing the death of a child - Jul 2012
Family Law without the Lawyers? McKenzie Friends, Litigants in person and funding expert reports Seminar - Jun 2012
President’s guidance on applications for prior authority in care proceedings - May 2012
Four members in key case on the independence of Children’s Guardians - Jul 2011