Friday, December 02, 2016

Never mind the width, feel the quality...

Or something. Hopefully, you will find my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog were of a reasonable quality. They included:

Section 91(14) orders: restricting children applications - Barring orders, and the guidelines for making them,

It’s not the amount of contact it’s the quality - Are some non-custodial parents more concerned with achieving parity of time with their children, rather than the quality of the time they spend with them?

Has the Resolution Code of Practice passed its sell-by date? - A few thoughts...

What is a clean break, and why is it important? - I attempt to answer the questions.

Have a good weekend.

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