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Court rejects bid to move to New York with children - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Court rejects bid to move to New York with children - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
The French-born mother of two teenagers should not be given permission to relocate with them to New York, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
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Humblebrag thanks

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  The blog just clocked up a quarter of a million visitors for the year , which is about a fifth more than last year [And if https://www.judiciary.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/hm_-attorney_general_v_conde_nast_publications_limited_final.pdf is accurate,  I get about half as many visitors a month as a copy of GQ magazine sells in a month. So if you are Rolex, Aston-Martin or…
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Important Judgment: Internal Relocation | The Custody Minefield

Important Judgment: Internal Relocation | The Custody Minefield | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Last month I alerted you to the fact that a new judgment was due from the Court of Appeal which clarifies and updates the application of family law in internal relocation cases.
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Girls suffer most when fathers leave - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Girls suffer most when fathers leave - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it

Girls suffer more than boys if their fathers leave the family, researchers have claimed.

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Connecting Events in Time to Identify a Hidden Population: Birth Mothers and Their Children in Recurrent Care Proceedings in England

RT @KarenB_LU: Link to paper on repeat care proceedings now live. Many thanks to British Journal of Social Work
https://t.co/9TA3SvDv6b

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E v M [2015] EWCA Civ 1313

E v M [2015] EWCA Civ 1313 | Children In Law | Scoop.it

Judgment: Appeal by father against a child arrangements order and s91(14) order. The appeal against the s91(14) order was allowed because the application had only been sprung on the father in cross-examination.

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Researching Reform For Jordans: Toddlers, Anti Terror and Taking Children's Passports

Researching Reform For Jordans: Toddlers, Anti Terror and Taking Children's Passports | Children In Law | Scoop.it

For our column over at Jordans this month, we chose to write about the government's response to radicalism, in particular extreme Islam and the way it is trying to tackle this through child-focused measures.

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Cafcass - Putting children and young people first in the family courts | > News > 2015 > December > Cafcass' new DNA testing service – a Self-Sample Supervisor explains her role

Cafcass - Putting children and young people first in the family courts | > News > 2015 > December > Cafcass' new DNA testing service – a Self-Sample Supervisor explains her role | Children In Law | Scoop.it

Cafcass' new DNA testing service https://t.co/GBQmRsupAn <<< #DNATesting #CAFCASS

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8 out of 10 young people would rather their parents split up if unhappy

8 out of 10 young people would rather their parents split up if unhappy | Children In Law | Scoop.it
News: Polling figures published by Resolution to mark start of Dispute Resolution Week
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The new Family Law Protocol: what you need to know

The new Family Law Protocol: what you need to know | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Webcast: Mena Ruparel, a committee member of the Law Society Family Law Section, presents an overview of the revised Law Society Family Law Protocol, revised and re-issued in October 2015.
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Family Law Week: Guidance given on allocation of international surrogacy cases in which parental orders are sought

Russell J hears case involving surrogacy arrangement made in India
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Family Law Week: Child Abduction – Key Issues

Family Law Week: Child Abduction – Key Issues | Children In Law | Scoop.it
An audio lecture for family lawyers, explaining recent developments in caselaw concerning child abduction. (Running time approx 40 minutes with comprehensive accompanying notes: CPD 2 hours)
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What price the 350 page limit?

What price the 350 page limit? | Children In Law | Scoop.it
  I have talked about the 350 page bundle limit before, and how a "one-size fits all" regardless of the nature of the case is a blunt instrument which does not always work.   This is a case in point. Local Authority A v N and others 2015 http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Fam/2015/1301.html   Very sadly, the father in…
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Welsh council changes its mind on adoption at the last minute - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Welsh council changes its mind on adoption at the last minute - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Anglesey County Council has been criticised for changing its plans for the care of a child just a week before the final adoption hearing.
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Child Maintenance and Schedule 1 - which one? - Paradigm Family Law

Child Maintenance and Schedule 1 - which one? - Paradigm Family Law | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Child Maintenance and Schedule 1 - which one? - Paradigm Family Law www.paradigmfamilylaw.co.uk/child-maintenance-schedule-1-one/ child maintenance york
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Re C (Internal Relocation) [2015] EWCA Civ 1305

Re C (Internal Relocation) [2015] EWCA Civ 1305 | Children In Law | Scoop.it

Judgment: Father's appeal against a decision allowing the mother to relocate with the child from London to Cumbria. Appeal dismissed.

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Home alone guide

Home alone guide | Children In Law | Scoop.it

Advice to help parents decide when it is safe to leave their children home alone and how to choose a babysitter or childminder.

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Child welfare ‘paramount’ in relocation cases - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Child welfare ‘paramount’ in relocation cases - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Children In Law | Scoop.it

The welfare of any child is “paramount” in all relocation cases, the Court of Appeal has declared.

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Family Law Week: Re H (A Child) [2015] EWCA Civ 1284

Appeal of Russell J’s decision (made on rehearing) to order the return of a child who had been placed with prospective adopters to the care of her father.
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B v B [2015] EWCA Civ 1166

B v B [2015] EWCA Civ 1166 | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Judgment: Mother's appeal against a costs order on the basis that the Judge had no jurisdiction to make any order in respect of the costs of the Hague Convention proceedings, including in particular the father's expenses in travelling to Germany to...
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Family Law Week: Domestic Violence and Care Proceedings: Re-victimising the Victim?

Family Law Week: Domestic Violence and Care Proceedings: Re-victimising the Victim? | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Rebekah Wilson, barrister, of Garden Court Chambers examines the plight of victims of domestic violence who find themselves caught up in care proceedings.
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Mothers who lose children through care proceedings offered little support, report says

Mothers who lose children through care proceedings offered little support, report says | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Research published by the British Journal of Social Work showed one in four women who have had children involved in care cases will end up being subject to further care proceedings
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