Family Law Mediation During Covid-19 Restrictions

Mediation is a great option for people dealing with family law issues especially during Covid 19. The role of mediation is to empower people to reach a resolution themselves. A neutral third party, known as the mediator, facilitates a separating or separated couple to...

Family Law: The Impact Of Covid-19 On Access And Maintenance

When Leo Varadkar made the announcement introducing the first lockdown, it caused considerable confusion and worry amongst separated parents. The Courts were closed and only urgent applications regarding childcare and domestic violence were heard. Access Access or...

The Impact Of Covid-19 Restrictions On Family Law

The Family Law Courts continue to operate during Level 5 restrictions. However, to protect staff and the wider public, obviously the courts are trying to reduce numbers of people attending at the Courts. The Courts’ staff and practitioners have done what they can to...

New Developments in Guardianship in Ireland

Guardianship means you have a right to make decisions about a child’s general welfare, education and health. It also imposes a duty on you to maintain and care for a child. If you are a guardian of a child your consent may be required for certain things for...
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