Business Shapers


  • Privacy V Public Interest in Children’s Disputes

    There has long been a debate concerning the tension between the public interest in understanding how the family courts reach their decisions and the privacy of the families who appear in those courts. The public interest has prevailed and the press have been able to widely report on high and low profile family disputes. What… Read more

  • The Cohabitation Agreement

    Imagine the following scenario.  A 20 year old woman begins living with a married man in a home he already owns outright in his own name.  She knows that there is no prospect that he will marry her. A year or so later, they have their first child together.  They agree that she should give… Read more

  • Mishcon Thinks: Conflict Clinics

    Mishcon Thinks, a new series of films brought to you by Mishcon de Reya, explores some of the topics affecting our clients, our business and the social, political and economic landscape at large. In this film Sandra Davis, Partner and Head of Family, is in conversation with broadcaster Katie Derham on the impact of parental… Read more