Friday, June 15, 2018

New by me on the Stowe Family Law Blog

My posts this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog:

How can unmarried parents get financial provision for their children? - Looking at Sch 1 Children Act claims, and the recent case MT v OT.

Up to one in three domestic violence victims are male - A surprising statistic?

Help or hindrance? The complex rules between child support and care - As demonstrated by the recent case JS v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and ZS.

One day all this will be yours – or will it? The tricky world of Proprietary estoppel explained - Well, I made a stab at explaining it, with reference to the recent case Gee v Gee & Anor.

Have a good weekend.

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