Friday, June 10, 2016

The problem of LiPs, child custody, corrupt courts and more...

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog included discussing the problems faced by courts dealing with litigants in person, lawyers obsessing over terminology and a term that definitely doesn't apply to the family justice system:

A closer look at Hart v Hart - Analysing the President's judgment.

The difficulties caused by litigants in person - As evidenced by the case Tattersall v Tattersall.

What’s wrong with the term ‘custody’? - Do we obsess too much over terminology?

Calling the courts ‘corrupt’ does not make it so - Those who use this term should understand just what they are saying.

Have a good weekend.

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