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by Chris Barton
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Provides a demonstration, using examples, on attacking problems and essay questions in family and child law. This book covers various aspects of family law, including marriage and cohabitation, children, money and property. It explains how a well-directed knowledge of the relevant public and private law can be employed to achieve better results.
The fourth edition of Blackstone's Questions and Answers Family Law shows students how to make the most of their examination and coursework potential in this perennially popular and important subject. Students are given the opportunity to practise their exam techniques and evaluate and assess their progress. The fourth edition of this popular student text builds upon its past successes in showing undergraduates how to translate their knowledge of family and child law into a successful and confident approach to coursework and exams. It demonstrates, by example, how to attack problem and essay questions in family and child law. All aspects of family law are covered, including marriage and cohabitation, children, money and property - and the authors explain how a well-directed knowledge of the relevant public and private law can be employed to achieve better results. They also cover recent developments in such key areas as civil partnerships, domestic violence, gender recognition, assisted reproduction, and pre-marital contracts. Online Resource Centre The new edition is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre offering links to key sites, and a subject specific glossary.
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Chris Barton is Vice-President of the Family Mediators Association and formerly Professor of Family Law, Staffordshire University. Mary Hibbs is a Solicitor and formerly Senior Lecturer, Staffordshire University.
Table of Contents
Preface; Abbreviations; Table of Cases; Table of Statutes; 1. Introduction: Exam Technique; 2. Family law: Marriage, Weddings, and Co-habitation; 3. Nullity; 4. Divorce and Separation Orders; 5. Domestic Violence; 6. Children:General Principles, Status, and Wardship; 7. Assisted Reproduction; 8. Adoption; 9. Children: Private Ordering; 10. Children and the Local Authority; 11. International Child Abduction; 12. Property Rights; 13. Financial Relief for Adults: The Courts; 14. Child Support: the State and the Court; 15. Domestic Partnership Contracts; 16. Putting it all Together; Index
Family Law: 2005-2006 by Chris Barton
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Oxford University Press
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