Showing posts from May, 2012

Aspden v Elvy: Ascertaining the common intention


Venal & Grabbit deny billing client £300-an-hour to play golf

LoreCast for the week to the 28th May 2012

This post has nothing to do with family law

Something for the Weekend: Silly Olympics

Diamond Weeding

BLEAK SPOUSE: Chapter 13 – Mr Smallmind

Theresa May comes Out4Marriage

Culture change in child protection system

Statistics of separation and divorce

Update on the implementation of the Munro review

LoreCast for the week to the 21st March 2012


Something for the Weekend: Jimi Hendrix - Hey Joe

Establishment of a Family Court

BLEAK SPOUSE: Chapter 12 – Mr Gormless

S (A Child) and B (A Child): Too much haste...

Alimony in the US

Déjà vu

Family Arbitrator: A useful resource

LoreCast for the week to the 14th May 2012

Something for the Weekend: Apocalypse Now - Kilgore talks surfing and napalm

BLEAK SPOUSE: Chapter 11 – Lady Wedlock

W-B (A Child): The complexities of jurisdiction

Seems reasonable...

The Queen's Speech: As anticipated

Press Release: Government support for shared parenting is the right way forward

Sold Down the River barristers offer fixed-price divorces to wealthy


LASPO: Changes to the MCA

Something for the Weekend: Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly

BLEAK SPOUSE: Chapter 10 – Not-Quite-Alone

AV v RM: The test for permission to appeal

I saw this in my crystal ball...

Channel 4 News: Expert testimony leading to family breakups

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