Friday, January 09, 2015

All quiet here...


Been a little quiet here this week on Family Lore. That's because I have said everything I wanted to say (at least about family law matters) over on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog, including the following:

Divorce Day: Think before you rush to court - A little advice, whether or not there is indeed such a thing as 'Divorce Day'.

The limits of appeal - As in McHugh v McHugh (and not just in the family courts, as the amended headline to this post suggests).

Stretching the argument for state-funded representation - A discussion of Judge Bellamy's decision in K & H (Children: Unrepresented Father: Cross-Examination of Child).

Domestic violence discussed in Parliament - Including the greater role played by the criminal justice system in dealing with domestic violence.

Have a good weekend.

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