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A guide to Family Mediation

What is family mediation? Family Mediation is where an independent and qualified mediator is appointed to act as the middle person to resolve disputes between two parties in relation to...

January 21, 2022 Read more

Putting Children First in Divorce Proceedings

Divorce and separation are seen as two of life’s most stressful events and when children are involved extra care and attention needs to be placed on the impact this change...

January 20, 2022 Read more

Cuts to sick pay for the unvaccinated in the UK – what does the Law say?

The supermarket giant Morrisons has become the latest in a series of large retail employers in the UK, such as Next, Ocado and Ikea, to announce that it will cut...

January 18, 2022 Read more

Piste Off!

After a year or two of enforced absence it seems safe to assume that many Islanders will be itching to get back to the ski slopes this winter (including me...

December 14, 2021 Read more

UK Decisions of Interest

Blu-Sky Solutions Limited v Be Caring Limited [2021] EWHC 2619: Facts: A supplier (A) contacted B (B) offering to provide telecommunications services. A sent an electronic order form to B...

December 09, 2021 Read more

Legislative and Regulatory Developments

Increase of minimum employee annual leave to three weeks effective 1 January 2022 On 3 November 2021, the States Assembly adopted the Employment (Amendment of Law) (No.3) (Jersey) Regulations 2021...

December 09, 2021 Read more

Can you have a good divorce?

Yes – if you and your spouse both want to. Divorce, dissolution or separation can be an incredibly difficult time. These are decisions made by adults, sometimes after very unhappy...

December 02, 2021 Read more

What is the emotional impact of divorce and how do you deal with it?

Divorce (or separation) is ranked second only to the death of a loved one in the top five worst life events. It is unlikely and rare that spouses/cohabitees will reach...

November 18, 2021 Read more
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