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This case concerned a preliminary jurisdiction argument in relation to an application under Schedule 1 to the Children Act 1989. The hearing was before Sir James Munby, sitting as a judge of the High Court (‘the judge’). The application was made by the mother (‘M’), aged 39. She was born in Russia and is a Finnish citizen with family living in France. The respondent father (‘F’), aged 59, was born in Sweden and is resident in Monaco. The application concerned their daughter, C, born in France in 2014 (aged 6).


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Catch up with recent judgments on the Family Law Hub

AA v AB (Costs) [2021] EWFC B16
The application of the former wife for a financial remedy order arising from her marriage to her former husband. Both were UK nationals, who had met in 2005, married in 2011 and separated in 2019. They had lived in the United Arab Emirates for the duration of the marriage, and their child had been born there in 2015. READ MORE

AA & BB [2021] EWHC 890 (Fam)
A hearing that had been listed for consideration of issues of contact between the father and the children, "subject to a review of the English court's position in the event that the Russian court accepts jurisdiction". READ MORE

Cafcass private law data for March 2021
Cafcass received 4,659 new private law cases in March 2021 which is 1,282 cases (38.0%) more than the same period in 2020. These cases involved 6,627 children, which is 1,489 (29.0%) more children than March 2020. READ MORE

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