Friday, December 13, 2019

New by me this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog


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

A Presidential account of our developing knowledge of child abuse - Looking at the inaugural Baroness Butler-Sloss Family Law Lecture.

Supreme Court considers ‘divorce tourism’ case - In the Villiers case.

Financial order set aside after finding that wife obtained it by fraud - In the case Neil v Neil.

Husband and wife in dispute over interpretation of financial order - In the recent Chancery case Derhalli v Derhalli.

Have a good weekend.

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