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.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for taking the time to comment on this post. Constructive comments are always welcome, even if they do not coincide with my views! Please note, however, that comments will be removed or not published if I consider that:
* They are not relevant to the subject of this post; or
* They are (or are possibly) defamatory; or
* They breach court reporting rules; or
* They contain derogatory, abusive or threatening language; or
* They contain 'spam' advertisements (including links to any commercial websites).
Please also note that I am unable to give advice.

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.