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Lawyers using Zoom to attend court hearings from their kitchen tables after their children had not gone to school for months, and a chancellor offering to pay a tenner towards dinner would have seemed like a fantasy a year ago.

Whether the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and the dire economic fallout could have been foreseen, however, is a question that family lawyers have been grappling with and one for which the courts will have to determine an answer.

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