Friday, July 29, 2016

Costs, abduction, needs and the CMS...

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog covered a mix of subjects, including the following:

Courts can order legal costs funding in ongoing cases - Mr Justice Cobb's decision in the recent High Court case BC v DE.

Irish court orders return of children to England - The High Court of Ireland Hague Convention case B.F. -v- S.C..

Harrods or Tesco, it’s just a matter of degree - How 'needs' are interpreted in financial remedy claims.

Child maintenance system under scrutiny - If you have something to say about it, now's your chance.

Have a good weekend.

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