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This is a book about money and secrets. Where suspicions exist that one spouse will not make full and frank disclosure of their assets, ex-partners have opened letters, gone through pockets, ransacked drawers and picked locks – and the courts have developed specific rules to govern this.
But these days, the information is less likely to be found in jacket pockets than on laptops, which brings into play legislation that family lawyers have never had to deal with. This book investigates data protection, confidentiality and privacy, as well as the linked matter of the opening of the courts to the press and others, and the resetting of the balance between the right of the public to know how our courts work and the rights of the individuals involved to keep the details of their lives private.