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Family Court Practice 2018

Our Price: £530.00 
Author(s): Lord Wilson Of Culworth, Cleary, Lady Justice Black;
Classification(s): Family law;
Readership / Audience Level: Professional & Vocational
ISBN-13: 9781784733735
ISBN-10: 1784733733
Publication Date: 30 May 2018
Imprint: Jordan Publishing
Availability: In Print
Free Stock: In Stock
Publisher: Jordan Publishing
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding / Product Type: Hardback
Pages: 3152
Dimensions: W: 148 mm / H: 234 mm
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What’s new for 2018

  • The latest amendments to the FPR, including:
    • the updated PD3A (Family Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMS));
    • the new Pt 3A (Vulnerable Persons: Participation in Proceedings and Giving Evidence) and PD3AA; and
    • the revised PD12J (Child Arrangements and Contact Order: Domestic Abuse and Harm).
  • The latest updates to the CPR
  • Recent guidance on:
    • Standard Financial and Enforcement Orders; and
    • Judicial Cooperation with Serious Case Reviews.
  • The latest case-law, including:
    • Re H (A Child) (Surrogacy Breakdown) [2017] EWCA Civ 1798;
    • Yates and Anor v Great Ormond Street Hospital For Children NHS Foundation Trust and Anor [2017] EWCA Civ 410, [2017] 2 FLR 739; and
    • Sharp v Sharp [2017] EWCA Civ 408, [2017] 2 FLR 1095.
  • New and expanded commentary on:
    • applications for a financial remedy;
    • funding;
    • domestic abuse, taking account of the revised FPR PD12J;
    • procedure for miscellaneous applications;
    • the national roll-out of administratively de-linking financial proceedings from divorce;
    • standard draft orders and the associated new Practice Guidance;
    • new Forms A (notice of intention to proceed with an application for a financial order), A1 (notice of intention to proceed with an application for a financial remedy) and B (notice of an application to consider the financial position of the respondent);
    • vulnerable persons, including expanded notes on detention of a child or vulnerable adult;
    • storage of embryos;
    • foreign orders and significant delay, plus applications for permission to apply for a financial remedy after overseas proceedings;
    • parallel petitions for divorce;
    • adding or removing parties;
    • withholding inspection or disclosure of documents;
    • power of the court to control evidence;
    • the new Business and Property Courts; and
    • the Children and Social Work Act 2017.

What’s new for 2018

  • The latest amendments to the FPR, including:
    • the updated PD3A (Family Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMS));
    • the new Pt 3A (Vulnerable Persons: Participation in Proceedings and Giving Evidence) and PD3AA;
      and
    • the revised PD12J (Child Arrangements and Contact Order: Domestic Abuse and Harm).
  • The latest updates to the CPR
  • Recent guidance on:
    • Standard Financial and Enforcement Orders;
      and
    • Judicial Cooperation with Serious Case Reviews.
  • The latest case-law, including:
    • Re H (A Child) (Surrogacy Breakdown) [2017] EWCA Civ 1798;
    • Yates and Anor v Great Ormond Street Hospital For Children NHS Foundation Trust and Anor [2017] EWCA Civ 410, [2017] 2 FLR 739;
      and
    • Sharp v Sharp [2017] EWCA Civ 408, [2017] 2 FLR
      1095.
  • New and expanded commentary on:
    • applications for a financial remedy;
    • funding;
    • domestic abuse, taking account of the revised FPR PD12J;
    • procedure for miscellaneous applications;
    • the national roll-out of administratively de-linking financial proceedings from divorce;
    • standard draft orders and the associated new Practice Guidance;
    • new Forms A (notice of intention to proceed with an application for a financial order), A1 (notice of intention to proceed with an application for a financial remedy) and B (notice of an application to consider the financial position of the respondent);
    • vulnerable persons, including expanded notes on detention of a child or vulnerable adult;
    • storage of embryos;
    • foreign orders and significant delay, plus applications for permission to apply for a financial remedy after overseas proceedings;
    • parallel petitions for divorce;
    • adding or removing parties;
    • withholding inspection or disclosure of documents;
    • power of the court to control evidence;
    • the new Business and Property Courts;
      and
    • the Children and Social Work Act
      2017.

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