Friday, February 12, 2016

Debunking the Marriage Foundation, and more

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog concentrated on the not-too-difficult task of debunking the nonsense that emanates from the Marriage Foundation, but they did also contain some serious law:

Bird’s nest custody: Another option for separating parents - The name may be a little silly, but it could work for some.

Profundity from the Marriage Foundation - The MF tell us something nobody had thought of before.

Poll shows most people don’t regret divorce or separation - As the Marriage Foundation could have said.

The thorny question of the child accuser giving evidence - As in the Court of appeal decision S (Children).

Have a good weekend.

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