Friday, May 30, 2014

A quiet old week

Last week my excuse for not post much around these parts was that I had other business to attend to. This week I'm going with the fact that there haven't been any news stories or cases that have inspired me to stir my keyboard into action, other than for the posts I've written for Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog:

On Tuesday I wrote about the difficult decision of child relocation, with reference to the recent case of Re C (N, W & H).

On Wednesday I wrote a post describing some of the cases that the Court of Protection has dealt with this month.

Yesterday I wrote a post asking whether there is any point in defended divorce, and suggested that perhaps it is time to do away with the right to defend.

Perhaps next week my muse will return. Until then, have a good weekend.

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