Condition of a child who cannot inherit from his father.
|Imerman Documents|| |
Documents which have been obtained illegally or fraudulently.
|Implacable Hostility|| |
Remorseless and irrational hatred of the other parent and opposition to sharing parenting or compliance with a court order.
|In Absentia (Latin: “in the absence of”)|| |
Of a decision made by the Court despite the fact that one party has chosen not to attend.
|In Camera (Latin: “in a chamber”)|| |
A hearing conducted in private to which press and public are not admitted.
|In Curia (Latin: “in a court”)|| |
A hearing conducted in open court.
|In Loco Parentis (Latin: ‘in the place of a parent’)|| |
Relating to anyone who assumes the responsibilities of a parent.
|In Utero (Latin: “in the womb”)|| |
Of a child: not yet born.
|Indirect Contact|| |
Contact conducted through letters, cards and emails only.
Person who has not yet reached the age of legal majority.
|Informal Notice|| |
Application made in haste without the usual documentation.
|Inherent Jurisdiction|| |
Rule that a senior court has the power to try any matter which comes before it unless another court specifically has jurisdiction or its power is limited by a statute or rule.
Order obliging a party to do or prohibiting him from doing a thing.
|Inlying Expenses|| |
Additional or unforeseen costs in relation to bringing up a child.
|Inter Alia (Latin: “amongst other things”)|| |
Used, for example, where a court may make a variety of orders.