Friday, July 15, 2016

Well, fairly new...

My posts on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog over the last week or so included the following:

Would deduction of child maintenance from joint accounts open a can of worms? - The DWP's consultation on plans to make deduction orders to recover child maintenance arrears from joint bank accounts held by a non-resident parent.

Doesn’t it strike anyone as strange that the judiciary should be provided with guidance on needs? - The Family Justice Council's Guidance on “Financial Needs” on Divorce.

Father must be served with statutory will papers -  The Court of Protection case Re D.

MCJ v MAJ: financial remedy principles in action - Roberts J's judgment in MCJ v MAJ (Financial Provision: Treatment of Non-Matrimonial Property).

Calculating income under the current child support scheme - The case IW v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and DW (CSM) (Child support : calculation of income).

Are child contact centres to become a thing of the past? - Some thoughts following the news that another centre is to close, as a result of the legal aid cuts.

Denial of contact does not breach Russian father’s right to family life - The ECHR case Krapivin v Russia.

Have a good weekend.

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