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Recurrent care proceedings: Part 1: Progress in research and practice since the Family Justice Council 6th Annual Debate

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Recurrent care proceedings : Part 1: Progress in research and practice since the Family Justice Council 6th Annual Debate. / Shaw, Mike; Broadhurst, Karen; Harwin, Judith; Alrouh, Bachar; Kershaw, Sophie; Mason, Claire.

In: Family Law, Vol. 44, No. 9, 09.2014, p. 1284-1287.

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