So-called "gagging orders" on divorce are again a hot topic thanks to the high profile divorce between Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong. This article will explore the Scottish position on anonymity in court, insofar as it relates to family law.
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Latest articles from Amanda Masson
We are delighted to hear of the Progress Educational Trust's Petition to bring about a change in the regulatory framework around storage of frozen eggs.
Amanda Masson was delighted to participate recently in a two-day event to mark 20 years of family and child law in light of the 20th anniversary of the Scottish Parliament. It presented a chance to consider the body of laws in Scotland which regulate certain aspects of family relationships and the rights and obligations in respect of children.
How do the family courts in Scotland approach child contact cases where domestic abuse is an issue?
With more methods of creating a family, new situations are arising in which child welfare issues have to be considered. But is the law coping? Amanda Masson believes a more joined-up approach is needed