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An Alternative View of Duxbury: a riposte

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LEWIS MARKS QC, Queen Elizabeth Building

In their article ‘An Alternative View of Duxbury' published at [2010] Fam Law 161, Debbie Phillpotts and Simon Bruce argue that it is ‘time for a re-think' of the Duxbury model and approach. In fact, and as they recognise, the model is kept under regular review and the most recent tables published in At a Glance (FLBA, 2010) incorporated a bit of quantitative easing recognising, not any perceived difficulty over the longer term in achieving the rates of return assumed in the model as a whole, but rather the short term issue of identifying the appropriate investment vehicles in which in the current climate to embark while awaiting hopefully more buoyant economic waters.

To read the rest of this article, see June [2010] Family Law journal. To log on to Family Law journal Online or to request a free trial click here.

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