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Family Law Insights: Margaret Heathcote

Mar 6, 2019, 09:29 AM
Family Law Insights: Margaret Heathcote
Family Law Insights: Margaret Heathcote
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During the second video interview in our Family Law Insights series, host Rebecca Bailey-Harris, a barrister at 1 Hare Court, sits down with Margaret Heathcote, chair of Resolution, as they discuss no-fault divorce and a range of other topical family law issues.

Watch the video interview HERE.

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Rebecca Bailey-Harris (left) and Margaret Heathcote
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