Monthly Archives: April 2014

His Honour Judge Arthur Anthony Rumbelow, QC CASE NUMBER NN13P00882

His Honour Judge Arthur Anthony Rumbelow, QC CASE NUMBER NN13P00882 When people throw stones at you, it’s becauseyou are a good tree full of fruits. They see a lot of harvest in you. Don’t go down to their level by throwing back … Continue reading

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Public Law Children Act Adoption Cases

Public Law Children Act Adoption Cases UK – Benefits for families and children. This information applies to England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland If you get benefits or tax credits because you are on a low income. Maternity, paternity and adoption … Continue reading

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Last chance to submit 2014 family law award nominations

See on – Public Law Children Act Adoption Cases The deadline for nominations for the Family Law Awards 2014 is Monday, 28 April. Nominate someone now at See on

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News from Expose Corrupt Courts

News from Expose Corrupt Courts LAWYER – No Attorney needs to know your every detail, but you keep things from your attorney, more fool you. Yup, so why even have a lawyer?.. Plus, do you know the different levels of proof needed, … Continue reading

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April 25th is the 7th Annual Parental Alienation Awareness Day! (via World4Justice : NOW! Lobby Forum.)

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  Parental Alienation Awareness Day About Parental Alienation Awareness Day Interest April 25 has been chosen as Parental Alienation Awareness Day , part of a global awareness campaign to raise awareness about parental alienation. The idea was introduced in Canada by Sarvy Emo in late … Continue reading

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Parental Alienation | Search Results | Parents Rights Blog

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Child Migrants Are British Care Home Children

Child Migrants are British Care Home Children In the early 1900′s. The child migrants were sent to Australia as child slaves.   This was not an orphan charity home.  Things got really bad for the fear of being killed on the … Continue reading

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What Do We Mean By ‘Disadvantaged Or Vulnerable’?

  What Do We Mean By ‘Disadvantaged Or Vulnerable’? Some consumers may be disadvantaged or vulnerable in some marketplace situations if they: have a low income are from a non-English speaking background have a disability—intellectual, psychiatric, physical, sensory, neurological or … Continue reading

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Litigation and Globalisation

Litigation and Globalisation Globalisation has changed the face of litigation immensely. This reinforces the struggle for adjudicatory authority. As stated by a Professor Emeritus of History and a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School ”a movement towards substantive justice, outside … Continue reading

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Bloggers Self Organize, And Attach Yourself Like Leaches To Specific Issues

Bloggers Self Organize, And Attach Yourself Like Leaches To Specific Issues Today is Easter Sunday a day of Easter (Old English Ēostre), also called the Pasch or Pascha (the two latter names derived, through Latin: Pascha and Greek Πάσχα Paskha, … Continue reading

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