Thursday, October 13, 2016

Three cases, and a threat...

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog included three cases with an important point to make, and an important point that I (and others) made:

Three year suspension of contact breaches father’s human rights - The ECHR case Moog v Germany.

Relocation case demonstrates conflict between requirement to obey the court and the welfare of children - Looking at the case X, Y and Z (Children) (Retrospective Leave to Remove from the Jurisdiction).

This anti-lawyer rhetoric threatens us all - The dangers of populist rhetoric.

Bankruptcy case has implications for financial remedy claims - Looking at the Court of Appeal's decision in Horton v Henry.

Have a good weekend.

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