Friday, March 20, 2015

Traumatic


My excuse this week for not posting anything around here is that I've been trying to set up and get used to a new PC. If you thought buying a house, getting divorced or a death in the family were traumatic, I can tell you they are nothing when compared to getting a new PC. Still, I have managed to work out how to write posts for Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog, including the following:

Reforming enforcement of financial orders – improving what we have - The first of two posts looking at the Law Commission’s recent consultation paper on the enforcement of financial orders.

Reforming enforcement of financial orders – new ideas - You guessed it, the second of two posts looking at the Law Commission’s recent consultation paper on the enforcement of financial orders.

Discretion versus certainty - The old argument, as raised in a Resolution news release.

The perils of the litigant in person - As demonstrated in the recent case D v D.

Have a good weekend.

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