Can a parent be forced to see their child?

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March 23, 2017 6 comments

In the course of a Twitter conversation I was watching (but not participating in) the other day one of the tweeters made the point that the family courts can force a ‘custodial’ parent to make the child available for contact, but cannot force a non-custodial parent to have contact with the child. It is an…

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Girl must be brought back to England, court rules

March 23, 2017 0 comments

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The mother of a primary school pupil has been refused permission to appeal against an order that she must be returned to England from Northern Ireland. In AH v DT, the parents had a two year relationship which ended in 2014, following the birth of a daughter, ‘E’. The situation then became acrimonious. The mother…

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Royal Tunbridge Wellis is ‘Britain’s most adulterous town’

March 23, 2017 1 comment

family life

Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent is Britain’s most adulterous town according to new findings. More than two per cent of the inhabitants of this affluent commuter belt town – 1,146 individuals in total – are currently engaged in affairs, according to the so-called ‘Infidelity Index’. Compiled by cross-referencing postcode data with membership details from an…

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