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Disclosure 2: This time it’s practical
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Andrew Shaw, New Court Chambers
Sam Prout, New Court Chambers
This article aims to provide a practical guide to navigating some disclosure issues that can arise in family proceedings concerning children. It offers a step-by-step approach to building an application to withhold disclosure of evidence from another party. It also offers a step-by-step approach to resisting such an application. The article attempts to be light hearted, as far as the topic allows.
The full article will be published in the August issue of Family Law
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