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Updated family procedure commentary & new monthly digest available now has been updated plus a new monthly digest of family law news and cases published

  • Commentary on financial remedies practice & procedure

    The Commentary on financial remedies practice & Procedure available on our sister site - - has been fully revised and updated. is the online source of financial remedies practice and procedure from Financial Remedies PracticeThe Commentary is that just published in the Financial Remedies Practice 2017 and also available in @eGlance. It is written by the At A Glance Editorial Board of Mr Justice Mostyn, Sir Peter Singer, Lewis Marks QC, Gavin Smith plus Joshua Viney. 

    The version available online contains the full Commentary linked and cross-referenced to the primary sources.

    Paying Hub members can access the site from within the Hub as it is included in your annual fee. You can find out how to log on here.

    New! Monthly Family Law Hub Digest

    Family Law Hub Digest provides essential case notes and news taken from the Family Law HubAs from January 2017, paying Hub members can also download a monthly digest of case notes and essential practice news put together by Nicola Rowlings, Family PSL at Mills & Reeve.

    The first issue is available now here 

    Not yet a member?
    Then don't forget during January 2017 you can subscribe for only £150 + VAT - that's nearly half the usual price of £295. 

    To upgrade your access now at this special offer price call Class Legal on 01652 652 222 or email

Published: 17/01/2017


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