Campaigners are calling for a review of the criminalisation of forced marriage, claiming that the law stops victims from speaking up as they do not want to see their parents end up in jail.
Resolution has called for an “urgent reform” in divorce law to reduce the emotional impact it has on children.
The results of a recent study have led researchers to call for the Government to implement changes in the laws surrounding the use of religious vows and rituals in civil ceremonies.
According to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) close to 2 million people experienced a form of domestic abuse in England and Wales over the last twelve months.
Flexible operating hours in the family court will begin rolling out from spring 2019, the Law Society has revealed.
New research has suggested adulterous partners are three times more likely to cheat on their next partner.
The Housing Minister, Heather Wheeler has announced a £22 million allocation for projects across the country to help support victims of domestic abuse.
A failed asylum seeker is facing deportation from the UK despite a High Court judge ruling that her nine-year-old daughter could be subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM) if she is sent home.
The Bill seeking to provide opposite-sex couples with the legal right to enter into a civil partnership has completed its passage through the House of Commons.
The Government is set to announce an overhaul of a 180-year-old law regarding wedding venues, to allow couples to get married outdoors in an attempt to make ceremonies more affordable.
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