The Family Court has ruled that there is “no evidential basis” for a number of abuse allegations made by a mother against her former husband. The parents met when the mother was 15 and the father was 17.
The High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland has rejected a mother’s bid to have her two year-old daughter returned to her care. The mother suffered from a mental illness called Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID).
An Essex couple have claimed that they were not allowed to take on the care of their granddaughter because of their age. They looked after the three year-old girl after her mother was hospitalised for mental health issues.
Judgment: Father was seeking a stay of English wardship proceedings on the basis that Singapore was clearly the more appropriate forum in which to resolve proceedings relating to the future care of his son.
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