Friday, April 01, 2016

Mainly about litigants in person...

My posts in another short week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog were mainly about the problems faced by litigants in person, but did also include an interesting Court of Appeal decision:

The plight of the litigant in person - Looking at the report by Citizens Advice Standing alone: going to the family court without a lawyer.

The fine line between defective and inadequate parenting - As trodden by the court in FM (A Child).

Pitfalls for the litigant in person - As demonstrated by the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal decision H v H.

Have a good weekend.

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