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Wave goodbye to another parenting myth: Children whose mothers go out to work do not suffer academically

Wave goodbye to another parenting myth: Children whose mothers go out to work do not suffer academically | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Children’s academic performance is not harmed if their mothers work during the first years of their lives, comprehensive research seen by The Independent shows.
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Parents' court fight over taking son, 5, to country suffering terror attacks

Parents' court fight over taking son, 5, to country suffering terror attacks | Children In Law | Scoop.it
A father insisted on taking his five-year-old son to a conflict-riven country to visit relatives in defiance of the child’s mother, who was terrified he would be placed at serious risk
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Family Law Week: Council fails to inform agencies when mother removes children from UK without father’s consent

Family Law Week: Council fails to inform agencies when mother removes children from UK without father’s consent | Children In Law | Scoop.it
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Poor children ‘forced to move repeatedly’ - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Poor children ‘forced to move repeatedly’ - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
A children's charity has published a report which details the struggles experienced by poor young people who are forced to move home time and time again.
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Family Justice Bill 2016-17 — UK Parliament

A Bill to make provision for the enforcement of Child Arrangement Orders, including times within which enforcement action must take place; to establish a presumption in favour of shared parenting under Child Arrangement Orders; and to make provisio
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Family Law Week: B v B (Fertility Treatment - Paperwork Error) [2017] EWHC 599 (Fam)

Family Law Week: B v B (Fertility Treatment - Paperwork Error) [2017] EWHC 599 (Fam) | Children In Law | Scoop.it
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Family Law Week: W (A Child - Temporary Removal From the Jurisdiction) [2016] EWFC 4

Family Law Week: W (A Child - Temporary Removal From the Jurisdiction) [2016] EWFC 4 | Children In Law | Scoop.it
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Can a parent be forced to see their child? - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Can a parent be forced to see their child? - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Can the courts compel an absent parent to see their child - and what effect might such compulsion have on the child?
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Family Law Week: Failure to invest in children’s social care services ignores rising demand

Family Law Week: Failure to invest in children’s social care services ignores rising demand | Children In Law | Scoop.it
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‘Patchy’ publication of family court judgements - Marilyn Stowe Blog

‘Patchy’ publication of family court judgements - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Surprisingly few family court judgements are published online despite guidance to the contrary researchers have claimed
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Family Law Week: Family Justice Bill has first reading in House of Commons

Family Law Week: Family Justice Bill has first reading in House of Commons | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Family Justice Bill has first reading in House of Commons https://t.co/J4janbEjcw
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If you’re going to complain about the family justice system, get your facts right - Marilyn Stowe Blog

If you’re going to complain about the family justice system, get your facts right - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
John Bolch advises those who believe that the family justice system is biased against fathers not to claim that the Children Act is proof.
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Council must pay thousands to father who lost children - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Council must pay thousands to father who lost children - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Social workers were too accommodating of a mother planning to take her children to Australia without the father's consent
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£3 billion in child support debt ‘lost’ - Marilyn Stowe Blog

£3 billion in child support debt ‘lost’ - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Billions of pounds in uncollected child maintenance payments has been written off by the government
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Research reports published in 2017

Research reports published in 2017 | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Read our research reports published in 2017 into what works in preventing child abuse and neglect. Visit our Research and resources page for more child protection and safeguarding information and advice.
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Appointment of the new Senior Presiding Judge

Appointment of the new Senior Presiding Judge | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Lady Justice Macur appointed as the new Senior Presiding Judge with effect from 3 April 2017.
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Children’s services London partnership to end - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Children’s services London partnership to end - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Pioneering child protection partnership to be dissolved next year following inter-council rows
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Father denied contact claims violation of his right to respect for family life - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Father denied contact claims violation of his right to respect for family life - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
John Bolch attempts to make sense of a child contact judgment from the European Court of Human Rights which has only been published in French.
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Girl must be brought back to England, court rules - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Girl must be brought back to England, court rules - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Maintaining a relationship with her father in England would be in a girl's best interests a Family Court Judge has ruled
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