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A Practical Approach to Family Law By Jane Bridge

A Practical Approach to Family Law
by Jane Bridge

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Deals with the Children Act 1989, its associated rules and regulations, transitional provisions and the case law that has been engendered by it. This book includes topics on the Child Support Act 1991, the law relating to co-habites, and judicial separation. It aims to help students and practitioners to deal with problems in the family law field.
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A Practical Approach to Family Law by Jane Bridge

"A Practical Approach to Family Law" provides a clear picture of the law and practice relating to family proceedings in family proceedings courts, county courts, and the High Court. Both students and practitioners will find that the book helps them to deal confidently with most problems in the family law field. The seventh edition provides updated information on changes to public funding and pension sharing. New chapters explore the importance of mediation, the complexities of money laundering and the recently introduced maintenance calculation for child support. Case law developments on ancillary relief awards are discussed in detail, notably LAMBERT 2003 and the chapter on welfare benefits takes account of the new child tax and working tax credits. Reference is also made to the changes to the law on children contained in the Adoption and Children Act 2002, to be implemented 2004.

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A Practical Approach to Family Law Reviews

Format changes in this edition make it easy to find your way around. Bold topic headings catch the eye, and the text underneath is set out in numbered bullet points, making it straightforward to follow. This book has been recommended for the Law Society final examinations and it is easy to see why. Students of family law today will find this book a model of clarity. New Law Journal

About Jane Bridge

Jill Black is a High Court Judge of the Family Division Jane Bridge is currently a mediator, a (non practising) barrister Tina Bond, solicitor, is a senior lecturer in family law at the University of Northumbria. She is a member of the Law Society's Family Law Panel.

Table of Contents

Preface; Table of Cases; Table of Statutes; Table of Statutory Instruments; List of abbreviations; 1. The first interview; 2. Money laundering; 3. Community legal service and public funding for family proceedings; 4. Mediation; 5. The ground for divorce and the five facts; 6. Bar on presentation of divorce petitions within one year of marriage; 7. Jurisdiction in divorce, nullity and judicial separation suits; 8. Public funding and undefended divorces; 9. Drafting the divorce petition; 10. Undefended divorce: procedure for obtaining the decree; 11. Amended, supplemental and new petitions; 12. Defended divorces; 13. Protection of respondents in separation cases, ss. 5 and 10, Matrimonial Causes Act 1973; 14. Judicial; 15. Nullity; 16. Ancillary relief orders available; 17. Procedure for ancillary relief applications; 18. Factors to be considered for ancillary relief applications; 19. Child Support; 20. Preventing and setting aside dispositions under .s37, Matrimonial Causes Act 1973; 21. Collection and enforcement of ancillary relief orders; 22. Variation of ancillary relief orders; 23. Tax considerations; 24. Occupation orders and non-molestation orders; 25. The home: preventing a sale or mortgage; 26. Keeping up with the mortgage or rent; 27. The question of wills; 28. The Children Act 1989: general principles, parental responsibility orders in family proceedings, section 8 orders, guardianship orders and family proceedings, financial provision and property adjustment for children; 29. The procedure for orders under the Children Act 1989; 30. Wardship and the inherent jurisdiction; 31. Preventing the removal of a child from the jurisdiction and tracing a lost child; 32. Children in local authority care; 33. Emergency protection of children; 34. Section 27, Matrimonial Causes Act 1973; 35. Separation and maintenance agreements; 36. Section 17, Married Women's Property Act 1882; 37. Welfare benefits; 38. The local authority and housing; 39. Cohabitants; 40. The Human Rights Act 1998 and its impact on family life

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A Practical Approach to Family Law by Jane Bridge
Jane Bridge
A Practical Approach
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