Family law rules of evidence and pleadings have diverged from those of general civil litigation. This work sets out to meet the need of family lawyers preparing for proceedings. It also covers evidential procedure in relevant proceedings including appeals and child support tribunals.
Family law has developed rules of evidence and pleadings which have increasingly diverged from those of civil litigation in general. This work sets out to meet the need of family lawyers preparing for proceedings. It also covers evidential procedure in a full range of relevant proceedings including appeals and child support tribunals. Appendices include relevant statutory material.
Evidence and pleadings; forms of evidence; relevance, admissibility and satndard of proof; opinion evidence; discovery and disclosure; privilege; parentage; matrimonial causes; financial relief; evidence in children proceedings; injunctions; appeals and judicial review.
Evidence in Family Proceedings by David Burrows
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