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Brexit and divorce – what next for families?
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Brexit and family law: CFLQ special issue editorial
This special issue of Child and Family Law Quarterly contains several of the papers ...
Blog: getting ready for Brexit
With a potential Brexit withdrawal deal seemingly now in the pipeline (although subje...
UK government produces family law legislation for no deal Brexit
The UK government has published a statutory instrument to provide for family law matt...
Analysing UK family law legislation in the event of a no deal Brexit
David Hodson examines the legislation which will be considered by the profession in ...
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The courts in England and Wales are making emergency preparations for an influx of cl...
Opinion: The UK will be ready for a no deal Brexit in family law
iFLG partner David Hodson argues the UK is prepared and ready to leave the EU in the ...
Tonight's meaningful vote on May's Brexit deal: What happens next?
Tonight's vote on Theresa Mays Brexit deal is one of the most-anticipated Commons eve...
Brexit's impact on international family law
Writing exclusively for Family Law, the Rt Hon Sir Mathew Thorpe discusses Brexit and...
Resolution and The Law Society issue joint note on No-Deal Brexit and family law
Family lawyer organisation Resolution and The Law Society have issued a joint note fo...
Brexit and the race to divorce courts
Kingsley Napley's Charlotte Bradley looks at the race to divorce courts, as 29 March ...
What happens to pan-European child protection post Brexit?
Once the UK leaves the European Union, what happens to children when there are disagr...
The implications of a no-deal Brexit for divorce
Partner Peter Morris, of Shoosmithsin Leeds, discusses the historically huge defeat o...
Analysis: Property prices and divorce in the shadow of Brexit
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