Category Archives: Family Law


    Parents Rights Blog is now closed. I will only be spending time on Parents Rights Blog to clean up images and links. Parents Rights Blog has been a remarkable resource for many parents and professionals. Most importantly, get … Continue reading

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Croughton is a village in Northamptonshire near the exit to Royal Air Force (RAF) Croughton. A car being driven by Anne Sacoolas (Mrs) was travelling in the opposite direction and on the wronqg side of the road collided with Harry Dunn.

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Forced out by extreme poverty, lured by the possibility of economic advancement for themselves and their families. Biden says he will give amnesty and the vote to 11 million illegal immigrants – but the true number of ‘undocumented immigrants’ in … Continue reading

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When someone starts a claim in the English courts for, say, a debt owed, and the defendant does not put in a defence, the claimant can simply ask the court to enter judgment for the sum claimed, and can bring … Continue reading

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PUBLIC Health England has urged people to check on the elderly and vulnerable. (Article 8 ECHR) Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence. There shall be no interference by a … Continue reading

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Joshua Rozenberg speaks to the head of the Family Court Sir Nicholas Wall. — Read on http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00vcpbp

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Xu Zhiyong: There is joy everywhere


via Xu Zhiyong. ‘There is joy everywhere’ As his trial began in January 2014, Mr. Xu and his lawyers held no hope for a fair outcome. The judge had even refused to let their witnesses testify. So they decided to … Continue reading

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Oxford Child Sex Abuse Suspect Loses Five-Year Battle For Anonymity | Child Protection | The Guardian Updated on Tuesday 13 July 2021 Two pairs of brothers from Oxford who were among seven men who abused girls as part of a … Continue reading

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Changing a social worker’s statement without her knowledge – E (A Child : Care proceedings : Costs) [2017] | The Transparency Project — Read on http://www.transparencyproject.org.uk/changing-a-social-workers-statement-without-her-knowledge-e-a-child-care-proceedings-costs-2017/

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Norton Rose Fulbright says lawyers can WFH half the time after Covid – Legal Cheek — Read on http://www.legalcheek.com/2020/12/norton-rose-fulbright-says-lawyers-can-wfh-half-the-time-after-covid/amp/

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