C.F. -V- J.D.F.

Irish Family Law Case - dealt with judicial separation, domestic violence and guardianship of children

Irish Family Law Case - dealt with judicial separation, domestic violence and guardianship of children

JUDICIAL SEPARATION AND FAMILY LAW REFORM ACT 1989, FAMILY LAW ACT 1995, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACT 1996 & THE GUARDIANSHIP OF INFANTS ACT 1964

In these family law proceedings there are two appeals before the court, the first being an appeal by the respondent J.D.F. against the judgment and order of the High Court (O’Sullivan J.) made and delivered on the 16th day of May 2002 and the second an appeal by the applicant C.F. against a subsequent order made by the same judge in the High Court on the 14th day of November 2002. Since both appeals arise from the same original family law proceedings in which the applicant sought a decree of judicial separation together with wide ranging ancillary orders the appeals were heard together. As is frequently the case in such proceedings both parties accept that their marriage has irretrievably broken down and there is no appeal against the actual decree of judicial separation.

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