Refusing to recognise the authority of the court

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October 4, 2017 13 comments

family law

Everyone is entitled to a view. And that includes a view on the most basic tenets underpinning our society. Thankfully, we live in an essentially free country where everything is open to question, and that certainly includes the legal system, down to its very essentials, including whether it even has jurisdiction over the lives of…

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Discretion and uncertainty in the division of matrimonial assets. By guest blogger Lindsey Randall

March 30, 2012 7 comments

By nature, human beings are fickle and emotional. Understandably, they are perhaps never more so than when embroiled in the divorce process. More often than not, divorce is an area of law prone to courtroom litigation, especially where there are substantial marital assets involved. Frequently, when cases come before a court, the relationship between the…

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