As the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill continues through Parliament, the debate is evolving with divergent views as to how a family law Brexit can best be achieved. Therefore, the impact of Brexit upon family law remains unclear for the time being. The Government has given some guidance at least in terms of how it expects the interim arrangements to operate. It is expected that existing decisions concerning children, divorce and maintenance will be recognised and enforced as will any decisions made after the withdrawal date if proceedings were already underway. Although the mist is clearing in terms of what the transitional arrangements will involve there is still enormous uncertainty as to what the consequences of Brexit will be for family law.