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Tayyaba Ahmed, trainee solicitor at Miles & Partners

Preparing to attend a Family Court hearing

Family court hearings and the way they are conducted has changed over the last few years, and they now take place in one of two ways: by attending the court in person; or via a remote hearing – click here ...

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Preparing for a remote hearing in the Family Court

Since the pandemic, remote court hearings have become increasingly common for the legal profession. But if this is your first court hearing, it may be helpful to know what to expect and how to prepare. Tayyaba Ahmad has collected some ...

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Improving our website’s accessibility

In line with our commitment to improve the accessibility of legal services offered by Miles & Partners in London, we have made a few changes to our website to ensure it complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG ...

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Legal aid remuneration is unfair and deters lawyers from building a career, Westminster inquiry hears

Parliamentarians in the Westminster Commission into the Sustainability of Legal Aid heard evidence from family law practitioners on 19 November, including from Lorraine Green an associate solicitor at Miles and Partners who specialises in cases involving children, care proceedings, adoption ...

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Virtual justice through remote hearings

Can families receive justice with remote hearings in the Family Court?

The Remote Access Family Court has enabled large parts of the family justice system to continue to operate during the Covid-19 pandemic. Each day, justice is dispensed over the internet by judges sitting at computer screens often in their own ...

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