Friday, March 03, 2017

Fly me to the Moon...


We all know that money buys you privileges unavailable to ordinary mortals, but should it mean that you are treated differently by the law? This is one of the questions I looked at this week in my posts on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog, which included:

The marriage that happened but was void - As in K v K.

One law for the rich: the millionaire's defence - As raised in the Schedule 1 Children Act case G v S.

Irish welfare checklist in action in relocation dispute - Lessons for us all from the High Court of Ireland decision HOR -v- MR.

How long must a marriage be before equal sharing applies? - A few thoughts on a topical subject.

Have a good weekend.

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