The case was heard in the Chelmsford Family Court. The Guardian supported an order for shared living arrangements and the mother had interfered with the interim contact arrangements leading to the father making a further application for a reversal of residence. Continue reading Added to our case law libraries – W (Children)  EWFC B215
Lying in court and penalties for late filing of evidence
This morning, I was reading the case HU v SU  EWFC 535 published earlier this month. The case has a number of features which are depressingly common:
- Allegations being omitted from earlier statements and the schedule of findings sought, and later fresh allegations embellished and exaggerated in oral evidence;
- Children being involved in parental disputes and influenced by one or other of the parents impacting upon their relationship with the other parent;
- Late filing of evidence.
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