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Family Law Protocol (3rd Revised edition)

Our Price: £38.50 
Author(s): The Law Society;
Classification(s): Family law;
ISBN-13: 9781853288845
ISBN-10: 1853288845
Publication Date: 29 Nov 2010
Imprint: The Law Society
Availability: In Print
Free Stock: In Stock
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Publisher: The Law Society
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176

This authoritative set of best practice guidelines has been comprehensively updated. Developed by the Law Society in association with other leading organisations, interest groups and figures in the field, this is the text for family law practitioners to follow. The second edition of this indispensable book takes account of significant developments including: * the introduction of the Public Law Outline and its impact on care proceedings * changes affecting pre-nuptial agreements and pension orders * the introduction of civil partnerships and their dissolution * extensive changes to the law of domestic abuse including applying for injunctions * permitted attendance of media representatives at hearings in family proceedings * the introduction of applications for forced marriage protection orders. This third edition has been expanded to include coverage of public and private proceedings, wardship, adoption and abduction within the chapter on Children as well as new chapters on: * child support * Schedule 1 of the Children Act proceedings * agreements such as for cohabitation and maintenance.

1. Main protocol;

2. Alternative dispute resolution;

3. Agreements;

4. Domestic abuse;

5. Children: private law;

6. Children: public law;

7. Abduction;

8. Child support;

9. Schedule 1 proceedings under the Children Act 1989;

10. Proceedings for dissolution, divorce, judicial separation or nullity;

11. Ancillary relief;

12. Cohabitation;



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