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  • Recording of live webinar, first broadcast on Wednesday 1st April 2020. Webcast, 02/04/2020, free
  • Recording of webinar first broadcast on 8 February 2017 Webcast, 10/02/2017, free
  • Mena Ruparel and Nicola Rowlings discuss implementation of centralised divorce processing and what it means for your applications now. Webcast, 22/07/2015, free
  • Philip Cayford QC and Simon Calhaem of 29 Bedford Row, who represented Mrs Wyatt in the Supreme Court, are joined by members of the Mills & Reeve family law team to review and discuss the issues raised by the case and the impact of the Law Lords decision on practice. Webcast, 18/03/2015, members only
  • All too often we only think about tactics in the run up to a Final Hearing, or possibly an FDR, but we should be thinking about them at the outset, or at least as soon as we have a picture of the parties’ assets. In this most practical of webinars, Marc Saunderson of Mills & Reeve provides an invaluable toolkit of hints & reminders to help you make the most of the FDA, touching on completing Forms A & E, constructing chronologies and gathering the documentation you need on the day. Webcast, 20/06/2014, members only

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