IMPORTANT UPDATE: COVID-19

 Helen Thewlis
  June 26, 2020
Survivors of domestic abuse and their children will receive greater protections after the government announced on 25 June 2020 an overhaul of how the family courts deal with the horrific crime.
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 Helen Thewlis
  April 16, 2020
​The Home Secretary, Priti Patel has launched a new campaign. This is to help domestic abuse victims in the current lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
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 Helen Thewlis
  April 9, 2020
​An article today confirms that The Law Society has called on the government to provide more help and support to domestic abuse victims. This follows a significant increase in domestic abuse incidents due to the current lockdown.
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 Helen Thewlis
  April 1, 2020
In light of the current pandemic, we are going to be bringing you a series of blogs surrounding coping with stress, recognising when you are feeling stressed and the solutions.
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 Helen Thewlis
  March 23, 2020
We know that the government’s advice on social distancing and self-isolation will have a direct impact on men, women and children experiencing domestic abuse.
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 Helen Thewlis
  March 5, 2020
The latest version of the Domestic Abuse Bill has proposed that convicted offenders of domestic abuse are made to take a polygraph lie-detector test upon their release from prison in order to monitor their behaviour.
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 Helen Thewlis
  February 19, 2020
The risk of developing Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) in women who have experienced domestic abuse is twice the rate of those who have not experienced domestic abuse.
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  February 10, 2020
Helen Thewlis, Head of Family Law and Natalie Marrison, Head of Abuse and Personal Injury, have featured in Todays Family Lawyer, where they discussed the training options available to solicitors to better help them support sexual and domestic abuse survivors.
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