Friday, July 21, 2017

The old, the new, and the Scottish

My posts this week on  Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog included another couple of old cases, a Scottish pension sharing case and some thoughts as to why so many are dissatisfied with their experience of the family justice system:

Robust approach to father’s change of residence application - As in the 2012 Court of Appeal case C (Children).

The umbrella of the dissolved marriage cannot remain open for ever - The interesting 1994 Court of Appeal decision Hewitson v Hewitson.

Are litigants expecting too much of the family courts? - I suspect many may be...

When a pension sharing order can’t be implemented… yet - The Scottish case G AGAINST G.

Have a good weekend.

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