Friday, November 11, 2016

A worrying week



This song seems relevant this worrying week, and not just because of the title.

Albeit on a lower level, there were also some things to worry about referred to in my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog, which included:

An advert for no-fault divorce - A recently published judgment is a clear reminder of just why we must consign the idea of fault to history.

Encouraging the judicial bias culture - As in the media reaction to the Article 50 judgment.

The end of marriage? - The implications of the statistics showing that cohabiting couple families remain the fastest growing family type in the UK.

The sad case of the parents who totally failed their childRe G (A Child) (Fact Finding).

Have a good weekend.

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