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The recent House of Lords ruling in Miller v Miller and McFarlane v McFarlane has been hailed as a landmark, heralding further important developments in the law governing financial provision upon divorce. In laying down general principles for the proper application of Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, s 25, the decision carries ramifications which potentially extend beyond big money cases to affect all ancillary relief applications.
Thus, all matrimonial lawyers will need to take account of these developments immediately. To give you a practical assessment of the implications for current and future ancillary relief cases, Family Law has commissioned a Special Bulletin by Roger Bird, author of the best-selling Ancillary Relief Handbook. In addition to commentary and practical guidance, the Bulletin will include the full text of both the House of Lords and the Court of Appeal rulings.