Friday, August 05, 2016
Habitual residence, human rights and more...
The summer break may be here, but there's still plenty going on on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog this week, including these efforts by me:
Publicity campaign fails to trace child’s parents - The sad case West Sussex County Council v Alma.
The difficult question of habitual residence - As demonstrated by the case Re L (Habitual Residence: Domestic Abuse).
Delay in enforcing child support is breach of Article 6 - The ECHR case Veiga da Silva Braga v. Portugal.
The slow death of legal aid - Witnessing the demise of a pillar of the welfare state.
Have a good weekend.