Friday, August 07, 2015

The truth does not always fall halfway between two extremes

The truth, however, can of course be found in my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog. (Please note that the emboldening in the posts is not my doing.)

Court not prepared to vary undertaking in consent order - Not the most exciting title, but explanatory of the judgment in Birch v Birch.

When one cohabitee wants to buy from the other - The interesting outcome of Bagum v Hafiz & Anor.

Should there be such a thing as ‘gay adultery’? - My take on the 'gay adultery' debate, as discussed on the BBC the other day.

Child arrangements: The truth does not always fall halfway between two extremes - A sentence I came across with reference to the debate between science and religion rang bells for me in relation to arrangements for children following the separation of their parents.

Have a good weekend.

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