Friday, June 30, 2017

Break a few rules...


So said the late, great, Ian Dury. It may come as a surprise to some, but that excellent piece of advice can also apply to family law cases, as explained in one of my posts this week on  Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog, which included:

Tigers, tsunamis and trusts: lessons from Quan v Bray - Which can be found here.

Is the Transparency Guidance experiment over? - My figures suggest that it is.

It is no surprise that parents are getting away with child maintenance avoidance - As reported by single parent charity Gingerbread

Breaking the rules in children cases - The two cases being A Local Authority v The Mother & Anor and CS & Anor v PD.

Have a good weekend.

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