Friday, October 07, 2016


...well, perhaps my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog weren't exactly that, but certainly divorce should be:

The arguments against no-fault divorce simply don’t add up - Looking at the arguments against no-fault divorce, as set out in the House of Commons Library's briefing paper.

The chicken that is the government’s family justice policy is coming home to roost - As demonstrated by the latest statistics.

Katy Ashworth case demonstrates the conundrum of transparency in child cases - The publicity judgment in Re Alcott.

Daughter fails in claim against her father’s estate - The Inheritance Act case Ames v Jones & Ors.

Have a good weekend.

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