Friday, June 23, 2017

All about courts and finances

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog were all about courts and finances:

A timely message from Lord Thomas - Like, I suspect, most lawyers, I was pleased to read what he had to say last week about the relationship between the courts and the State.

Is it time for the financial remedies rules to be simplified and clarified? - A thought that occurred to me after reading the judgment in Sharp v Sharp.

A quick look at the Judicial Office Business Plan - As the title says.

Unusual finding against husband of conduct affecting divorce settlement - In the case R v B & Ors.

Have a good weekend.

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