Friday, November 27, 2015

Conflict and caring

My posts on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog this week were mostly about conflict and children, but I also took time out to mention those who devote themselves to caring for others:

Intractable contact case hampered by lack of legal representation - The case in question being Re D (Children), another demonstration of how lawyers help courts make the right decisions.

Conflict is what damages children - Considering the recent poll commissioned by Resolution regarding the experience of parental separation or divorce upon children and young people, and the reactions to it.

Providing an incredible service - A tribute to carers doing a wonderful job, as in Re HNL.

Urgency and delay in child abduction cases - With particular reference to the Supreme Court decision in J (A Child).

Have a good weekend.

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