Friday, March 15, 2019

My posts this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog

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

Mother wins appeal in ‘return to different country’ caseS (A Child : Hague Convention 1980 : Return To Third State).

Mr Justice Mostyn explains the changing rationale behind spousal maintenance - In a speech  at the Devon and Somerset Law Society.

The thirtieth anniversary of the Children Act - But is it still fit for purpose?

Court of Appeal confirms that third party cannot be ordered to pay lump sum - In Wodehouse v Wodehouse.

Determining when a parent retains children in another country - As in the case G-E (Children : Hague Convention 1980: Repudiatory Retention and Habitual Residence).

Have a good weekend.

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