Friday, April 26, 2019

New by me on the Stowe Family Law Blog

My posts on the Stowe Family Law Blog over the last two weeks included:

Do we even need a ground for divorce? - Or is it superfluous in a no-fault system?

When a judge changes their mind - The High Court case H v T (Judicial Change of Mind).

Separated families statistics give pause for thought - The recent statistics from the DWP.

Boy ordered to leave mother after she alienated him against father - The recent High Court case MFS (Appeal: Transfer of Primary Care).

Wife fails to have financial remedies order set aside - As in the case W v H.

Have a good weekend.

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