Thursday September 24, 2020

Court action over guardianship register

A Dublin firm of solicitors is preparing to file a High Court action against the government over its failure to provide a guardianship register for unmarried parents.

15th September, 2007

A Dublin firm of solicitors is preparing to file a High Court action against the government over its failure to provide a guardianship register for unmarried parents.

The pleadings will take into account last week’s decision in the so-called G case. In that case, the High Court ruled that an unmarried father, identified solely as G, had rights under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, and that the removal of his twin...

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