Friday, February 17, 2017


My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog were predominantly about busting myths...

Myths about fatherhood - I don my MythBustersTM beret.

Do judges favour wives? - Another myth? Read on for the answer...

Polish authorities did not fail to take effective steps to enforce father’s contact with his son - The ECHR case Wdowiak v Poland.

Placing the parties in the financial position in which they would have been had the marriage not broken down - Another myth, of sorts. Debunked by a short history lesson.

Have a good weekend.

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