The June 2015 issue of Butterworths Family and Child Law Bulletin is available as a free download. Providing a timely monthly summary and analysis of key family law cases in the preceding month, the Bulletin also includes cross references to Butterworths Family Law Service, Clarke Hall & Morrison on Children and Rayden & Jackson commentary texts.
The June 2015 issue includes:
- Public children: whether mother wrongly deprived of opportunity to demonstrate change in parenting abilities – Re S (a child)  EWCA Civ 489,  All ER (D) 147 (May)
- Child abduction: whether exceptions operating to prevent return of child – Re J (child abduction: consent: grave risk of harm)  EWHC 1160 (Fam),  All ER (D) 89 (May)
- Evidence: whether judge wrongly assessing evidence purporting to identify mother as sole perpetrator – Re BK-S (children) (expert evidence and probability)  EWCA Civ 442,  All ER (D) 64 (May)
- Appeals: whether serious procedural errors occurring – Re D (children) (placement order: procedural irregularities on appeal)  EWCA Civ 409,  All ER (D) 39 (May)
- Financial provision: whether inheritance invalidated basis, or fundamental assumption, on which consent order made –
Critchell v Critchell  EWCA Civ 436,  All ER (D) 16 (May)
Bulletins for previous months may be viewed here.
Geraldine Morris is a solicitor and Head of LexisPSL Family.