Friday, March 31, 2017

History, behaviour, a translation and temporary removal

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog were on an assortment of topics, drawn from the mixed bag that is family law. They included:

If you’re going to complain about the family justice system, get your facts right - A short history lesson, on the subject of the 'natural guardian' of a child.

Is the act of refusing a divorce itself unreasonable behaviour? - A thought on the Owens case.

Father denied contact claims violation of his right to respect for family life - The ECHR case Endrizzi v Italy, as translated by Google.

Father allowed to take son to non-Convention country - Mr Justice Peter Jackson’s judgment in W (A Child: Temporary Removal From the Jurisdiction).

Have a good weekend.

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