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confidentiality | Cambridge Family Law Practice

Protecting children’s privacy

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As Resolution lawyers and responsible human beings, our focus at CFLP is to encourage the parents who come to see us to protect their children during separation and divorce. We believe in putting children’s interests first throughout the process. We aren’t big fans of litigating over children and do what we can to encourage our clients to avoid it wherever possible; sadly, it isn’t always possible to do so, and if it isn’t, we do our best to lessen the impact. As the family courts open up to scrutiny in more ways, the dangers of court proceedings for children become…

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Confidentiality of court documents

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Every now and then a legal case gets reported that we at CFLP think is worth bringing to your attention. It happened this week, when the High Court’s judgment in HMRC v Charman and Another was released. In this case, the court confirms once again that documents produced for the purposes of obtaining a court order to divide finances on divorce are unlikely to be made available to anyone else, unless there is a strong public interest in favour of revealing them. In 2006, the courts heard Beverley Charman’s application for a financial order relating to the divorce proceedings between herself…

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