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Divorce: Practice points

In the first of a two-part discussion, Claire Glaister and Frances Bailey look at procedure, practice and potential pitfalls when dealing with divorce proceedings ‘In the increasingly common situation of the parties having been married abroad, a foreign marriage certificate should be accompanied by a translation that has been authenticated by a notary.’ The purpose …
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Insolvency: Protecting assets

Emma Mould analyses the risks of failing to obtain a final ancillary relief order when dealing with an insolvent spouse ‘Where a person is adjudged bankrupt, any disposition of property made by that person in the period to which IA 1986 (s284) applies is void except to the extent that it is or was made …
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Embryology: End of the line

In the first of a two-part analysis of the regulation of embryology, Seamus Burns examines the role of recently culled Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority ‘Therefore creating, keeping or using an embryo for treatment without a licence from the HFEA, or undertaking research on an embryo or human admixed embryo without a licence, is a …
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