Friday, April 20, 2018

Scare stories

My posts this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog:

ECJ case illustrates family law issues raised by Brexit - The case being Valcheva (Concept of ‘rights of access’ – Applicability to grandparents – Opinion).

Mother wins human rights case after Chechen court grants father residence - The ECHR case Magomadova v Russia.

Refusal to grant him residence did not breach father’s human rights - Another ECHR case, also involving Russia and the issue of a child’s residence, but with a very different outcome: Leonov v Russia.

Definitely not how to deal with a children dispute! - A bad idea from a father, prompted by too many scare stories about the family justice system.

Have a good weekend.

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