Friday, May 10, 2019

New by me on the Stowe Family Law Blog, and a musical interlude

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

I am a one in ten. Or should that be four in ten? - The real lesson that the figure for couples needing the court to sort out arrangements for their children teaches us.

The reality of judicial discretion in family law - The views of Mr Justice Mostyn.

Risk of oppressive litigation as a defence in a Hague abduction case - The case being MB v TB.

Have a good weekend.

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