Friday, November 15, 2013

What I've been writing about this week on the Marilyn Stowe Blog

My posts on the Marilyn Stowe Blog from the last seven days:

What are family lawyers talking about this week? - a review of last week's top family law news stories.

Form E: what happens if you refuse to file it? - a look, in particular, at the Ball v Shepstone case.

Opening up the family courts: can the “doubters” ever be satisfied? - the speech of our ubiquitous President to the Society of Editors.

DOWN: Private Law Programme. UP: Child Arrangements Programme? - a look at the Private Law Working Group report regarding the resolution of private law disputes in and out of court.

How the courts deal with intractable contact disputes: two examples - a look at the cases N (Children) and H (A Child).

Marilyn Stowe is the founder and senior partner at Stowe Family Law and is also the founder of Stowe Family Law Settlements, a specialist ADR practice.

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