Family Division


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Family Division

a division of the HIGH COURT of Justice dealing with divorce and the residence of and contact with children.
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Our goal is first and foremost to support families and kids who depend on child support, said Abigail Rodgers Layton, Director of the Family Division. Child support payments can be the only thing standing between children of single parents and poverty, so when someone abandons their obligations, they are not only putting themselves at risk of arrest, theyre also hurting their kids and the community.
Sir Andrew McFarlane, the president of the court's family division, said there is a public interest in the case.
Another judge based in the Family Division of the High Court has ruled that Ruby must return to her father.
The Family Division plays a key role with regard to issues of succession, a mandatory process that facilitates the inheritance of property by beneficiaries of an estate upon the demise of a loved one.
It will be interesting to see how much use is made of this pilot and whether the current President of the Family Division, in consultation, decides to extend it nationally.
As a result, revenue at the family division will be up 50 per cent on last year.
Details of the case have emerged in a ruling by Mr Justice Cobb following a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in Newcastle.
Mr Justice Cohen is analysing evidence at public hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London.
Ms Yates burst into tears when Katie Gollop QC broke the news at a preliminary hearing in the Family Division of the High Court on Friday.
Detail of the boy's case emerged in a ruling by the judge following hearings in the Family Division of the High Court in London.
The Vermont Supreme Court found that the lower court was right in ruling that family division cannot enforce a visitation or shared custody order for animals.