Resolving the complexities of family life across international borders is notoriously complex.
However, with Britain’s impending withdrawal from the EU casting an unexpected shadow over the certainty of established legislation, children and their families face an additional layer of difficulty as Britain attempts to untangle itself from existing EU regulations.
Associates Sarah Inchley and Natasha Kirk appear in LexisNexis discussing international child disputes post-Brexit.
The landscape for child disputes post-Brexit is available to read on the LexisNexis website.
Sarah is an associate solicitor in the children law team specialising in all aspects of the law relating to children. She has practised exclusively in this area for nine years and has a breadth of experience in providing legal and practical advice to assist clients in resolving the complexities of family life.
Natasha is an associate solicitor in the children law team. She is experienced in advising clients in a wide range of matters including adoption, children arrangements following separation or divorce, care proceedings and injunctions. Much of Natasha's work involves international clients.