Musings from Manchester: Unhappy families

Geoffrey Shindler examines whether the current system does justice for children excluded from a parent’s will ‘The one thing that seems to be certain in English law is that this issue remains an important but entirely uncertain area.’ As Leo Tolstoy reminded us, in Anna Karenina, ‘All happy families resemble one another, but each unhappy …
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