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One view of parental alienation

By: Keith Walsh
Posted on: 05-Nov-2022
This article in the Irish Times is interesting and I agree with some but not all of it. It is difficult to generalise as every single case involving allegations of misbehaviour, domestic violence and/or parental alienation need very careful investigation. There are competing rights of all involved and it is up to the Court in each case to resolve the dispute. This is exceptionally difficult. It is important to remember that those who do the reports for the Court are subject to cross examination on their report and the Judge is not obliged to follow the report and retains discretion. It is an area that needs close examination, resources and reform. 

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One view of parental alienation

By: Keith Walsh
Posted on: 05-Nov-2022
This article in the Irish Times is interesting and I agree with some but not all of it. It is difficult to generalise as every single case involving allegations of misbehaviour, domestic violence and/or parental alienation need very careful investigation. There are competing rights of all involved and it is up to the Court in each case to resolve the dispute. This is exceptionally difficult. It is important to remember that those who do the reports for the Court are subject to cross examination on their report and the Judge is not obliged to follow the report and retains discretion. It is an area that needs close examination, resources and reform. 

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Aidan Reynolds joins Keith Walsh Solicitors from Gallagher Shatter

By: Keith Walsh
Posted on: 08-Jul-2022
Aidan Reynolds joins Keith Walsh Solicitors from Gallagher Shatter.

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Updated 4 MOST IMPORTANT effects of BREXIT on Divorce and Family Law disputes concerning Ireland and the UK

By: Keith Walsh
Posted on: 17-Oct-2018
Updated 4 MOST IMPORTANT effects of BREXIT on Divorce and Family Law disputes concerning Ireland and the UK

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Best interests of child

By: Keith Walsh
Posted on: 24-May-2018

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Family law Child Abduction and Enforcement of Custody Orders Act 1991 Hague Convention

By: Keith Walsh
Posted on: 06-Oct-2017
Family law - Child Abduction and Enforcement of Custody Orders Act 1991 - Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction1980 - Council Regulation 2201/2003 - Grave risk - Habitually resident - Acquiescence

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