Friday, May 20, 2016

Government plans, conspiracy theories and more...

In my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog I look with trepidation at government plans for reform, debunk a conspiracy theory and, for good measure, look at an Irish case involving the alleged abduction of a child from England:

When the government wants to ‘tip the balance’, should we be worried? - The government's planned adoption reforms.

No, family lawyers are not involved in a conspiracy - Sorry to disappoint the theorists.

Irish court refuses return of child to England - The Hague Convention from the other side.

What did human rights ever do for family law? - Quite a lot, actually.

Have a good weekend.

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