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  • Appeal by father against decision to deny him direct contact with his son. Allowed in part, primarily as there were other avenues still to be explored that could have supported continuing contact. Judgment, 11/02/2019, free
  • Judgment in private children law proceedings considering whether the evidence of a psychotherapist could be admitted and whether the psychotherapist was instructed under Part 25. Judgment, 11/02/2019, free
  • Applications by father for return of children to England from China. Lieven J found that the children were habitually resident in China and therefore the English Courts did not have jurisdiction. Judgment, 11/02/2019, free
  • A Child Arrangements Order was made in favour of the child's aunt which allowed her to spend time with the child. A PR order was also made in favour of the aunt. Judgment, 06/02/2019, free
  • Mother's appeal against the dismissal of her application to remove the child permanently to Africa was allowed on the ground that the judge had failed to undertake an holistic evaluation if the mother was deported. Judgment, 30/01/2019, free

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