Friday, August 23, 2019

New by me this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog

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

Child can have brain surgery against wishes of father - The recent High Court case Z v Y.

When should a child be told that his mother’s husband is not his father? - The question the court had to answer in the recent case AB v CD.

The presumption of survivorship – why it can matter who died first - As demonstrated in the Scarle v Scarle case.

Costs orders in children cases - Such as Timokhina v Timokhin.

Have a good weekend and summer bank holiday.

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