Friday, July 17, 2015

A funny old week

It's been a funny old week for me on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog, and hence I am only able to mention three posts that I have written there. Still, never mind the width, feel the quality. Or something.

Parental truce - Sometimes warring parents can put their differences aside, as in Y (A Child) (Private Law).

Finality of litigation - The principle, as demonstrated in the recently published judgment in Stocker v Stocker.

Perpetual parental conflict - Sometimes parents can't put their differences aside, as in the case T (A Child) (Suspension of Contact).

Have a good weekend.

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