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Child Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Non-accidental Injuries in Babies

A fracture is partial or complete break in the bone. Babies’ bones are weak and as a result they can be fractured much more easily than bo...

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Ian Brunt Partner
Child Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Shaken Baby Syndrome - The Controversy

This blog follows on from the previous blog: ‘Shaken Baby Syndrome- The Triad’ Many medical professionals, police and prosecutors belie...

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Ian Brunt Partner
Child Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

The Children Act – 30 Years On

The Children Act was given Royal Assent in the November of 1989 and was designed to place duties on parents, courts, local authorities, and ...

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Ian Brunt Partner
Child Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Shaken Baby Syndrome - The Triad

This blog follows on from ‘Shaken Baby Syndrome’ Subdural Haemorrhage In shaken baby syndrome, subdural hematoma (SDH) is the fi...

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Ian Brunt Partner
Family law

Shaken Baby Syndrome - what is it?

Shaken Baby Syndrome When an infant or toddler is shaken, the brain bounces back and forth against the skull. This can cause bruising of th...

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Ian Brunt Partner
Child Law Farleys solicitors LLP

Does Biased Online Legal Advice Distort Access to Justice?

A new research project will examine whether vulnerable people representing themselves in child court cases find themselves and their childr...

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Ian Brunt Partner
Family Divorce Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Common Law Marriage Myth

The UK’s most popular day for getting married is set to be Saturday 18th August this year. Despite this, the number of couples getting ma...

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Ian Brunt Partner

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