Friday, July 22, 2016

Reform, a new idea and child contact...

After a look at the possible future of family law, my posts on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog  this week were mostly about resolving children disputes:

Law Commission seeks ideas for law reform - The Commission is asking for suggestions to include in its 13th Programme of Law Reform.

Father refused contact despite abuse allegation not being proved - The Scottish Court of Session case J v M.

Children arbitration scheme is good, but only scratches the surface - A few thoughts about the new Family Law Arbitration Children Scheme.

Court’s delay in Hague Convention case breaches father’s human rights - The ECHR case G.N. v. Poland.

Have a good weekend.

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