Friday, February 26, 2016

A wife who is not expected to work, child outcomes and child cases...

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog comprised discussions of a moral point on financial remedies, a study of child outcomes and a couple of instructive children cases:

Is it morally right that a woman in her forties is not expected to work? - As in the case Rapp v Sarre (Formerly Rapp).

Findings of child outcomes study not exactly news - A look at the MoJ report Child outcomes after parental separation: variations by contact and court involvement.

Failure to apologise for past conduct doesn't preclude a father from seeing his children - An interesting point raised in the case Re K (Children).

Frustrating the children’s proper relationship with their father - The sad case W v G.

Have a good weekend.

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