The April issue of Family Law is published. Articles include:
- New science, new families, old law: is the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act fit for purpose? Sir James Munby
- The argument for a return to the Calderbank regime Kelly Gerrard and William Longrigg
- ‘You need the house, love – let him keep his pension’ Grant Lazarus
- Protecting Article 8 rights in the family courts: Re A (A Child) Rebekah Wilson and Mark Twomey
- A brief overview of the issue relating to the recognition of Talaq and Get in the UK Deborah Levy, Joanna Uzoka and Caoimhe Sykes
- Challenging a TR1 express declaration of trust: setting the record straight Chris Bevan and Elizabeth Darlington
- Clear blue water: care proceedings in England Isabelle Trowler
- Preventing deportation of a child at risk of FGM: can the Family Court injunct the Home Secretary? Part One Naomi Wiseman and James Holmes
- Deprivation of liberty: the question of consent Martha Gray
- Costs in fact-finding proceedings against the legally aided litigant Mark Ablett and Alice Scott
- Maintenance prorogation clauses Aisling O’Reilly
- Mental capacity and sexual relations: LC Mary Welstead
- Martin v Martin – the Court of Appeal speaks again on non-matrimonial property and the valuation of private companies in family proceedings Ricky Hepburn
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