Just because I’m paranoid doesn’t mean they’re out to sue me…

The Transparency Project was founded in part to counter dodgy headlines and over-simplified or inaccurate media reports about all things family law. Every so often, distortion of what a case *really* says or means comes from within the system. This is one such example.

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It ain’t that easy…

This is a guest post from Themis (pseudonym), a parent with experience of the family courts.

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How do family courts use ‘barring orders’?

One of the tasks of the new review of family courts and domestic abuse announced last month by the MoJ is to examine courts’ use of barring orders.

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How does the family court deal with domestic abuse? A snapshot – part 2

A (A Child) [2019] EWFC B16 (12 March 2019) & Re N (Children) [2019] EWCA Civ 903.

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How does the family court deal with domestic abuse? A snapshot

A Lancastrian Council v M [2019] EWFC B6 (07 March 2019).

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County Lines and Magical Sparkle Powers

A City Council v LS & Ors (Secure Accommodation Inherent Jurisdiction) [2019] EWHC 1384 (Fam) (04 June 2019).

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Problem exists between chair and keyboard

Lucy Reed shares her top tips for paperless working.

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Independent research on domestic abuse and family courts

A quick review of available research.

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Withdrawal of life support: minimally conscious patients

A Clinical Commissioning Group v P (by her litigation friend the Official Solicitor) and TD [2019] EWCOP 18.

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Judge agrees learning disabled man can make his own choice about marriage and should be told about his finances

In May this year Mr Justice Francis handed down a carefully anonymised judgment in a case concerning PBM, a man in his mid-twenties who had an acquired brain injury as a result of a deliberate injection of insulin by his father when he was 12 months old.

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Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the ordinary residence water….

Re S (A child) 2017.

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Tag -you’re it (or not)

J-S (Children) [2019] EWCA Civ 894 (24 May 2019).

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