Friday, November 25, 2016

Don't Believe A Word

OK, I've just broken my rule not to headline a blog post with a song title. Still, there weren't any clich├ęs in my posts this week on the Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog, which included:

What is a specific issue order, and what is it for? - Two questions I attempt to answer.

Not just another failed contact application - The case Re K.

I may be wonderful*, but the system certainly isn’t - Or, don't believe everything you read in comments.

The phenomenon of the obsessive litigant - As in the case Akester v Fitzgerald.

Have a good weekend.

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