The sadness of the long distance blogger

I shouldn't be doing this...Well, it seems that family law blogs are rather like buses - none come along for ages and then several appear at once. Thanks to bloody relations for the heads-up on the latest, Judith's Divorce Blog. Written by Judith Middleton, a partner at Latimer Hinks of Darlington, the blog "comprises reflections and emotions associated with divorce as perceived by an experienced divorce practitioner but perhaps presented from a slightly different angle". Having read the posts to date, I'd agree with that.

Another new family law blog is Family Law Matters, first pointed out by Nick Holmes of Binary Law. As Nick says, this one is somewhat different "because it’s an example of the blog used as a primary web presence: ie this is the firm’s website, maintained with the blogging service TypePad, with the usual static pages and the Family Law Matters blog as a feature". Right, now for this...

I think I'd better reorganise my blogroll, with a separate section for family law blogs.

Right, I've decided it's rather sad to spend my holiday thinking about blogging and family law, so this is the last post I'm doing from Spain... probably.


  1. Thanks for the mention John. I've been away but shall be repaying the compliment. In the meantime I have placed a link from my Blog to your site.


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