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PODCAST 'Til Covid do us part: Divorce & Family Law in a Pandemic

By: Keith Walsh keith@kwsols.ie
Posted on: 23-Apr-2021
Obiter Dicta, Bloomsbury Professional Ireland's podcast is back! For our new episode we spoke to Keith Walsh to find out, is Covid-19 really leading to marriage and relationship breakdowns? Listen at the link below or on your podcast app: 

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Right to travel for access recognised in law today - see article

By: Keith Walsh keith@kwsols.ie
Posted on: 08-Apr-2020
Keith Walsh solicitor keith@kwsols.ie writes:

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Right to travel for access recognised in law today - see article

By: Keith Walsh keith@kwsols.ie
Posted on: 08-Apr-2020
Keith Walsh solicitor keith@kwsols.ie writes:

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New Guidelines for Access during Covid 19

By: Keith Walsh Solicitor keith@kwsols.ie
Posted on: 07-Apr-2020
These guidelines are not specific legal advice but best practice and I hope you find them useful

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Access during Covid 19 lockdown - latest guidance as of 5 April

By: Keith Walsh
Posted on: 05-Apr-2020
Helpful guidance has today Sunday 5th April 2020 been issued by the Law Society, Bar Council of Ireland [barristers] and Family Lawyers Association of Ireland [FLA] in relation to best practice for access in current lockdown writes Keith Walsh solicitor who is a member of Child and Family Law Committee of the Law Society and member of the FLA's Covid 19 Response Steering Group

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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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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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Family law Child Abduction and Enforcement of Custody Orders Act 1991, Grave risk Welfare of child

By: Keith Walsh
Posted on: 06-Oct-2017
Family law - Child Abduction and Enforcement of Custody Orders Act 1991 - Art. 12 of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction1980 (Hague Convention) - Council Regulation 2201/2003 - Habitually resident - Grave risk - Welfare of child

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Interview with Keith Walsh on effect of Brexit on Family Law

By: Keith Walsh
Posted on: 25-Sep-2017
'It's a complete disaster': Getting a divorce in Ireland could get a lot harder post-Brexit

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