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Breaking up is hard to do: the fate of family law in post-Brexit Britain

Date:10 MAY 2018
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This article originally appeared in New Law Journal the leading weekly legal magazine.

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It is now over nine months since the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill was introduced into the House of Commons in July of last year. The Government’s stated aim was to ensure the UK exits the EU with maximum ‘certainty continuity and control’. We now know that we will be leaving the EU at 11pm on Friday 29 March 2019. It is still unclear as to how this will happen although the Government has indicated its wish to maintain a deep and special partnership with the EU. With approximately three million EU citizens living in the UK and around one million British citizens living in other EU member states the implications of Brexit for European couples separating or divorcing and for...

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