Friday, February 19, 2016

Family law: A force for good

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog begin with the debunking of an exaggeration and a myth, and end with a truism: that family law can be a force for good:

Examining the cost of relationship breakdown - The reality behind the sensationalist figures.

Common law marriage – the myth that won’t go away - A House of Commons Briefing Paper helps to dispel it.

What can happen if a contact order is disobeyed - The case H-R (Children).

Family law: Broken families and broken lives - Sometimes family law can make a difference.

Have a good weekend.

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