Friday, June 08, 2018

New by me on the Stowe Family Law Blog

My posts this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog included:

ONS examines data on partner abuse in the UK - Looking at the recent ONS article examining the characteristics of women who have been victims of partner abuse.

A new dawn for family law – Sir James Munby makes a call for reform - Looking at his recent speech, in which he suggested that family courts should be a ‘one-stop shop’, dealing with all of a family’s problems.

Left-behind parents: children to return home to Canada - The recent Court of Appeal case Y (Children), in which a mother failed to have an order requiring the return of her children to Ontario set aside.

A worrying picture of court modernisation - Resolution's submission to the Public Accounts Committee's inquiry into the benefits of the court modernisation programme.

Have a good weekend.

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