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Financial Provision in Family Matters
Financial Provision in Family Matters
Number of volumes: 3
ISBN:  9780421630703
Last Release: Nov 2017 / Next Release: Aug 2018
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Calendar year
Format:  Looseleaf
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
  • Provides full explanation and interpretation of the law in relation to matrimonial property and finance
  • Encompasses cohabitation, separation, divorce, children and welfare benefits
  • Goes through all the procedures, setting out what application is required, who can make it, how to make it and what the court’s approach will be


With the law explained and the procedures set out, Financial Provision in Family Matters provides you with the essential information you need for making applications for financial and ancillary relief.

It explains what entitlement is due, gives details of the application required, sets out who can make it and how to proceed, and describes what the courts approach will be.

Financial Provision in Family Matters’ authoritative explanation of the law not only covers all the relevant areas of family law but also extends to specialist subject areas such as bankruptcy, trusts, pensions, taxation (with advice on tax planning) and professional negligence.

Each chapter is written by a specialist in the field. The work guides you through the complex issues surrounding family finance and property.

Regular updating releases will keep you informed of changes in law and practice. Details on new cases are included and case tables are extended to reflect significant new decisions. New statutes and descriptions of new procedures will also be included with your releases.

Financial Provision in Family Matters has been compiled by a distinguished team of editors and contributors, combining expertise in family law with specialists in key subject areas. It’s presented in three looseleaf volumes. Volumes 1 and 2 contain commentary, case analysis tables and precedents. Volume 3 contains source material, rules of the court, financial tables and other useful information. An extensive index helps you quickly locate the information that you need.

As part of the service, subscribers also receive the Family Law Bulletin. Issued 10 times a year, the Bulletin will keep you informed between looseleaf releases of any changes in the law and practice. The Family Law Bulletin combines coverage of the latest legislation and cases, with articles on key aspects of practice and procedure.

  • Presents all the vital information you need for making applications for financial and ancillary relief in family matters, including cohabitation, separation, divorce, children and welfare benefits
  • Provides full explanation and interpretation of the law in relation to matrimonial property and finance
  • Looks at relevant legislation and case decisions in relation to the financial aspects of family law cases
  • Identifies appropriate strategies to adopt to make the process as efficient as possible and to ensure that full entitlement to financial support is obtained
  • Goes through all the procedures, setting out what application is required, who can make it, how to make it and what the court’s approach will be
  • Looks at different options and advises on which to use in different circumstances
  • Speeds up research into case law through a series of tables, giving details of case names, topics covered and an extract or analysis so that the impact of the decision can be assessed
  • Includes precedents for all the major orders, to save you time
  • Features specialist coverage of pensions, taxation, personal insolvency, trusts and personal negligence
  • Warns of pitfalls to avoid that could jeopardise the application
  • Suggests strategies to adopt in order to make the process as efficient as possible
  • Includes a free subscription to the Family Law Bulletin
CONTENTS

Volume 1

  • Cohabitation
  • Civil Partnership Act
  • Procedure for ancillary relief applications
  • Preservation of assets
  • Section 25
  • Pensions on marital breakdown
  • Ancillary Relief Orders
  • Costs

Volume 2

  • Agreements, setting aside and appeals
  • Taxation
  • Applications for financial relief
  • Enforcement
  • Reciprocal enforcement
  • Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975
  • Ancillary relief and professional negligence
  • Evidence
  • Personal insolvency
  • Public funding
  • Transfer of tenancies

Volume 3

  • Statutes
  • Statutory instruments
  • Financial information


 
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Colleagues, who have borrowed it, have remarked how helpful they found it. The authors are to be congratulated on their achievement. - Solicitors' Journal, March 2001
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