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Brexit: England and Wales as a global family law leader or EU-emasculated?
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The EU referendum has been described as the most important vote for our country in a generation. No one will vote solely on the basis of family law. But EU involvement in family law is a microcosm of some national issues. With so many horror stories of ‘Project Fear’ if we were to leave, what is and might be the family law position?
I wrote on this subject 12 months ago in the concluding chapter of Jordan Publishing’s International Family Law Practice and little has changed. I identify first the concerns about EU involvement and ambitions in our family law and then analyse the impact on areas of family law if we left.
The full version of this article appears in the May 2016 issue of Family Law.
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