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Family Law Archive - June 2015

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US Supreme Court rules in favour of gay marriage

The Supreme Court has ruled 5-4 in the landmark case of Obergefell v Hodges, which acts to make marriage a constitutional right for everyone, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. All four of the Supreme Court’s liberal justices – Elena Kagan, Sonia Maria Sotomayor, Stephen G. Breyer and the inimitable Ruth Bader Ginsburg... Read More

Australian Christian couple in same-sex marriage vote divorce stunt

The same-sex marriage debate is igniting in Australia in some very unexpected ways. There are those for and against, but there are few in the ‘against’ camp quite as fervent as Nick and Sarah Jensen. The married, Christian couple have vowed to get divorced if same-sex marriage is legalised in their country. Mr Jensen has... Read More

Research shows that family courts are fair to fathers

New research from the Universities of Warwick and Reading suggests that the family courts are not biased against fathers after all. The study, which reviewed 200 child arrangement cases from a six-month period in 2011, found that the majority of fathers’ contact applications were 'overwhelmingly successful'. The paper, ‘How Do County Courts... Read More
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