Friday, December 16, 2016

A failing system, a judge's plea and more...


The topics covered by my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog included a damning insight into the realities of our child support system, dealing with the curse of torrential emails from litigants in person, a Privy Council case and preventing a party from defeating a financial claim by disposing of assets:

The reality of our failing child maintenance system - Some home truths from an anonymous caseworker at the CMS.

Getting tough on torrential emails - Lady Justice King's plea in Agarwala v Agarwala.

Husband fails in financial appeal to Privy Council - The opinion of the Board in Scatliffe v Scatliffe.

How do I stop my ex from disposing of property to defeat my claim? - A look at s.37 MCA.

Have a good weekend.

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