Friday, August 18, 2017

Absurdities and misconceptions

My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog were mostly about dealing with absurdities and putting right misconceptions. They included:

The absurd notion that I’m biased against fathers - Putting right this misconception.

Lessons for family litigants from a neighbour dispute - As in Dickinson & Anor v Cassillas.

Is the concern about the new divorce form a storm in a teacup? - The real reason why more adulterers may be named.

Bias against fathers: exercising my right to reply - Putting right further misconceptions.

Have a good weekend.

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