Friday, July 07, 2017

The old and the new

My posts this week on the Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog included something of the old, and something of the new:

A novel way to deal with a party frustrating an order for sale - The latest judgment in the saga that is Welch v Welch.

When both parents are their child’s worst enemy - As in the 2011 case T v S (Wardship).

Why do some fathers think they shouldn’t pay child maintenance? - Some possible answers to the four billion pound question.

Father required to return children to Spain four years after abduction - The 2009 case LAB v KB (Abduction: Brussels II Revised).

Have a good weekend.

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