Friday, September 25, 2015

The show must go on

Continuing to battle manfully against the noise, stress and general aggravation of having a new kitchen fitted, I once again managed to get some posts written for Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog this week, including:

Publicity v privacy in financial remedy cases - A few thoughts of my own to add to the current debate.

Privacy in the internet age - The problems faced by Mr Justice MacDonald in  H v A (No 2).

The police response to domestic violence - Looking at the new domestic abuse guidance for the police.

When a court order is not complied with - Looking at two contrasting committal judgments published this week, Re Dad and Cheltenham Borough Council v Nield.

Have a good weekend.

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