Friday, July 01, 2016

Amicable divorce, enforcing contact and more...


My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog included some advice for those seeking an amicable divorce, a look at how a cohabitee property system can work and a couple of ECHR judgments:

An amicable divorce - Seven steps that might make it possible.

A cohabitee property dispute, Scottish style - The Scottish Court of Session case Melvin v Christie.

A not-so-private affair - The ECHR judgment, Sihler-Jauch and Jauch v Germany.

Failure to enforce contact breaches father’s human rights - Another ECHR case, Malec v Poland.

Have a good weekend.

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