Providing a clear, comprehensive and engaging account of this rapidly developing subject. In addition to dealing with the intricacies of statute and case law, it deals with the wider social and policy issues, current family law debates and proposals for reform. Includes up-to-date coverage of the latest major developments.
This book offers a clear, comprehensive and engaging account of this rapidly developing subject. It is essential reading for all students of the subject, or those studying for professional purposes.It is a complete guide - concise, authoritative, readable and affordable. It is revised and up-to-date including a wealth of new material, including in particular: Miller v Miller on property and finance on divorce; new civil remedies for victims of forced marriages; and, the proposed reform of the child support system and property and finance for cohabitants. It is very student friendly - includes key words, hot topics, case notes, summaries and further reading suggestions.Alongside statute and caselaw, "Family Law" considers wider social and policy issues and current debates. New material includes Miller on property/finance on divorce, new civil remedies for victims of forced marriages and the proposed reform of the child support system and of property/finance for cohabitants.
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'It is a pleasure to read and presents the material in an appealing and interesting way!a very useful book for any student wanting a good grasp of family law.' - Times Higher Education Textbook Guide
About Kate Standley
KATE STANDLEY teaches Family Law and Child Law at the University of Essex, UK.
Table of Contents
PART 1: INTRODUCTION Family Law Today PART 2: MARRIAGE AND CIVIL PARTNERSHIP Marriage Cohabitation and Civil Partnerships PART 3: FAMILY PROPERTY Family Property Family Property on Death Domestic Violence and Occupation of the Family Home PART 4: DIVORCE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES Divorce Finance and Property on Divorce PART 5: CHILDREN Children Parents The Children Act 1989 Children on Family Breakdown Child Support and Financial Provision and Property Orders for Children Child Abduction Child Protection Adoption
Family Law by Kate Standley
Palgrave Macmillan Law Masters
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