Friday, May 27, 2016

Shades of grey, secret family courts and more...

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog covered a large range of topics, including:

Terrorism, transparency, human rights and the protection of children - All in the first four paragraphs of Mr Justice Hayden's judgment in Re S.

In family matters, it’s very rarely black and white - Basic advice for those involved in a family dispute.

The secret family courts narrative has a lot to answer for - The nonsense mentality that can lead to such madness as the covert recording of children.

Unbundled services may or may not be available - Mrs Justice Asplin puts a spanner in the works...

Have a good weekend.

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