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There is as yet no light at the end of the Brexit tunnel. All that is certain is that there is no certainty and a raft of domestic legislation is either treading water or has been abandoned. Family lawyers will be particularly anxious to establish what if any reciprocity will survive the final exit hard or soft in March next year – in terms of enforcement of judgments and recognition of child arrangement orders among others. There is already a sense that family law will take second place ...
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