Friday, September 09, 2016

DV, costs and some well-deserved praise...

Domestic violence, excessive costs and a few grateful words for a vital but under-appreciated member of the team: my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog:

Coercive control and the problem of proof - Some thoughts as to why there have been so few prosecutions for coercive control.

Women’s refuges: a vital service that needs protecting - The appalling news that two-thirds of refuges could close.

In praise of the legal secretary - As the title says.

A salutary lesson on costs - Excessive costs: the case K v K.

Have a good weekend.

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