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Lucy is the Head of Legal Aid and manages all issues relating to the firm's legal aid contracts. She joined Taylor&Emmet in May 2011 after ten years at another large Sheffield legal aid firm. She deals with all issues arising out of family breakdown and is a Resolution Accredited Specialist in financial cases both in relation to married and cohabiting couples. For more information on this topic email lucy.rodgers@tayloremmet.co.uk or call her on 0114 218 4000.

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  1. emmap
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    The increase in parental child abductions seems to be a modern occurrence, since we became a more globalised society & the law looks to have been slow to keep up with the transient movements of citizens around the world. While it is obviously a very serious issue for all concerned is it in the interests of the child to see a loving parent jailed for up to 14 years? 7 seems harsh in the first instance, but to consider doubling the tariff for what is essentially an emotive crime of love and passion can’t be the best solution to this growing problem?

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