About the Video

Understanding English Law: Family Law, Divorce and Children

Continuing our fascinating series on English law, David Hutchins returned to explain two more important topics within the English legal system, family law, divorce and children.

This webinar deals with the intricacies of family law: marriage, divorce, and arrangements for children. During this session David discusses the subjects of:

  • Marriage, civil partnership and cohabitation
  • Domestic violence and orders to protect
  • Divorce and dissolution
  • Financial and children
  • Orders relating to children

providing the correct terminology for each situation, while also explaining the legal implications.

Speaker

David Hutchins

Duration

1 hour 4 minutes.

The information, materials and opinions (written or oral) included in this webinar recording and accompanying slides are for general information purposes only, are not intended to constitute legal or other professional advice, and should not be relied on or treated as a substitute for specific advice relevant to particular circumstances. Neither David Hutchins nor eCPD Ltd accepts any responsibility for any loss which may arise from reliance on such information or materials. By viewing this webinar you acknowledge that you understand this limitation and accept that no relationship of solicitor and client exists between them and David Hutchins, the speaker.

Who should watch it

Translators and interpreters interested in legal issues connected to English family law, divorce and children.

What are your benefits of watching

This webinar will increase your knowledge about English family law to help you tackle legal translation to and from English.

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Comments

  1. Lucy Brooks

    We have collected some of the comments from the webinar viewers from the previous site. Here is one of them!

    Thank you, David. Very good overview of the topic.

    I very much enjoyed the webinar and learnt it a lot It was fast paced.

    Excellent and pitched “just right”!