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Family Law Archive - August 2015

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Grandparents win right to raise child

The paternal grandparents of a three year-old boy have been granted the right to raise him, despite a social worker claim that they might be too old to cope with his future behavioural problems. During the family court hearing in Bournemouth, social services pressed for the child to be adopted after his parents – a father who has... Read More

The Marriage Foundation on 'declining rates of middle-class marriage'

First went the lower income families, now it seems that the middle classes are following suit. According to new data analysis by the Marriage Foundation, the rate of middle-class couples marrying has declined sharply. The Marriage Foundation’s report, which draws on data from the Family Resources Survey and the General Household... Read More

Ashley Madison hotspots: London in 9th place

The latest news in the Ashley Madison hack scandal is that there are a lot of members in London. Well, quite a lot. It’s all relative. Naturally it’s only taken a short time for data whizzes Dadaviz to map out where the accounts originated from, and London ranks ninth in the list. It’s a fairly respectable place to be,... Read More

Overcoming gender bias in child relocation cases

In Payne v Payne, a child relocation case of 2001, the Court of Appeal held that to refuse the reasonable relocation proposals of a primary carer would likely have a detrimental effect upon the welfare of the child, which is, of course, held to be paramount. Payne v Payne has served as guidance for these cases ever since. As long as proposals were... Read More

Guide to child maintenance for unmarried parents

The most recent statistics available suggest that 40.6 percent of all births in the UK are to unmarried parents. While the law is well known for children of married couples, it is often unclear what financial remedies are available to unmarried parents, should their relationship breakdown. Here I aim to present a simple and straightforward guide... Read More

Parents suspected of travelling to join Isis can keep their children

President of the Family Division Sir James Munby has ruled that parents suspected of attempting to travel overseas to join Isis may keep their children… with the proviso that they wear electronic tags. Early in 2015 two families were held at airports in the UK and Turkey on suspicion of being headed to Isis strongholds. The children were removed... Read More
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