Friday, September 30, 2016

Serious stuff...

In my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog I tried to address some pretty serious issues, including the following:

A conflict of interest and the effect on professionals of dealing with child abuse - Points arising from the case Kent County Council v S & M.

So, what exactly is “access to justice”? - The answer, it seems, is not obvious to all.

Separated Families Programme is helpful, but no replacement for legal aid - Looking at the DWP's report evaluating seventeen projects funded under the programme.

Should there be a limitation period for financial claims following divorce? - Some thoughts, triggered by the case Waudby v Aldhouse.

Have a good weekend.

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