Friday, September 08, 2017


My posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog were mostly, but not exclusively, about parties behaving unreasonably. They included:

Behaviour of parties and the limits of the court’s power - There are limits to the court’s power to make parties behave in a reasonable fashion.

Should there be a cut-off for pre-acquired assets? - Some thoughts following the Hart case.

Father committed to prison for breach of contact order in ‘tit-for-tat’ case - The recent case Richards v Martin.

Some comments on dealing with parental alienation - As the title says.

Have a good weekend.

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