Friday, May 22, 2015

Waxing poetical

This week I am moved to poetry, albeit briefly, on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog, where my posts include the following:

A little light on legal services orders - From Mr Justice Moylan in the 2013 case EM v AK.

Are the family courts biased? - Answer: "No". (But please do still read the post.)

Mediation limitations - I gloat over being right about the limits of mediation as a method of resolving family law disputes.

The tangled web of modern families - As demonstrated by the case EN (Mother) v AH (Father).

Right, I'm off to wander lonely as a cloud. Wherever you are, enjoy your Spring Bank holiday weekend.

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