Chambers and Partners Family Law Practice Area Guide 2023

Morton Fraser Partner Lucia Clark
Lucia Clark
Morton Fraser Partner Fiona Sasan
Fiona Sasan
29 March 2023
Individuals and Families

Experts from our Family Law team have authored the Scotland section of the new Chambers and Partners Family Law practice area guide

Within the guide, Partners, Lucia Clark and Fiona Sasan, Senior Associate, Karen Wylie, and Associates, Ellen Bond and Nikki Hunter, provide an overview of the key areas of family law and practice in Scotland, including divorce, finances, children, and legal reform. 

They also consider important trends and developments within family law in Scotland, including potential reform to the law relating to cohabitants in Scotland, issues affecting children, in particular, international movement and planned relocation of children, and some of the post-pandemic implications for the conduct of justice in the family law system in Scotland

You can read the full practice guide on the Chambers and Partners website. 

To learn more about our family law services, please visit our dedicated page. 


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