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Judge highlights importance of the law keeping pace with the different way families are formed in a custody battle involving a genetic and birth mother

The Court of Appeal in London handed down a ruling last week emphasising the importance of family law keeping up to speed with contemporary family life. Lady Jusice Black observed that “Families are formed in different ways these days and the law must attempt to keep up and to respond to developments”. The case concerned […]

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