In this chapter we explore some debates which have arisen in the context of parental disputes about children’s upbringing. One issue that has been very hotly contested over the last two decades and continues to stimulate vigorous debate on law and policy is the courts’ approach to the allocation of parenting time on the breakdown of parents’ relationships.1 Indeed, the law has very recently been the subject of significant and controversial changes effected by the Children and Families Act 2014, which will be a focus of some of the debate in this chapter.
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