Below are 20 of the best family law blogs and news posts from around the web in the past week. If you have published or found a useful family law-related post that hasn’t been spotted, please do add a link to the comments section below.
Editor of the Pink Tape family law blog, Lucy Reed invites readers to share their experiences of working in the family justice system.
Renewed calls for “no fault divorce” from Britain’s leading family law judge, Sir Nicholas Wall.
On Monday 26 March 2012 the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (IFLA) marked the launch of the new Family Law Arbitration Scheme.
Other blogs on the family law arbitration scheme:-
The Court of Appeal has ruled in Lawrence v Gallagher that the division of assets in a civil partnership ‘divorce’ should be treated in a similar way to those in a heterosexual divorce.
More blogs on Lawrence v Gallagher:
Marilyn visited the Staffordshire University Law School’s Annual Family Law Conference this weekend and produces a comprehensive account of the event.
Discussion and comment on The Family Justice Review (“FJR”).
Flavia Agnes takes a look at India’s family laws in this opinion piece, noting that moves to make divorces easier may look good on paper but may end up giving a raw deal to women who are not financially independent.
Shelter Scotland has reported a sharp rise in the number of visits to its website from women looking for help and advice on domestic abuse following its recent Facebook advertising campaign.
National charity, 4Children, has recently published the results of its research into conflict and violence in families.
A lesson for litigants: answers provided by the Court may not be the answers desired by the litigant; or any of the litigants!
Rise in international child flee cases – Pannone Family Law Blog
There has been a significant rise in child abduction cases in England and Wales, as per a Report out this week by Lord Justice Thorpe, chief of the Office of the Head of International Family Justice.
The report of Grubb v Grubb  EWCA Civ 398, published on Bailii this week may be brief but it is not without interest. Family Lore comments.
‘Getting a divorce is never a fun experience, but picking the right lawyer will help you cope with the process while getting a fair and equitable result’ says Jennifer Brandt. Her tips are blogged at the Huffington Post.
One from Australia: Having split the family’s $151,037,015 wealth with his ex-wife, a businessman realised he had overpaid and went to the Family Court to get his money back.
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