Friday, January 16, 2015

A fantasy story, dubious advice on mediation, and other things

This week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog  was largely about bad or, at best, dubious ideas:

Socially engineering the family - A fantasy story about marriage, featuring the brave knight Sir Coleridge.

Enforcing domestic violence orders in the EU - The new EU Regulation “on mutual recognition of protection measures in civil matters” (this was not a bad idea).

Protecting social workers from the effects of transparency - Are social workers being sacrificed in the drive for transparency?

The limits of mediation - In particular, whether it is a good idea to go straight to a mediator, without taking any legal advice first.

Have a good weekend.

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