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Family Law

Family Law
4th Edition
Series:  Greens Concise Scots Law Series
ISBN:  9780414033559
Published by:  W. Green
Publication Date:  15 Sep 2015
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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An excellent, updated student text offering practical and authoritative analysis on this key area of Scots law, including the child in need of care, families, marriage and formalised adult relationships, divorce grounds and process and family property.

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CONTENTS

  • Legal personality & Family Relations
  • The child & Legal Capacity
  • Children & Parents
  • Parental responsibilities & children’s rights 1
  • Parental  responsibilities & children’s rights 2
  • Children & Non-parents
  • The child in need of care
  • Needs not Deeds? The Children’s Hearing System & Beyond
  • Families, Marriage & Formalised Adult Relationships
  • Domestic Relations, Persons & Property
  • The Family Home and Domestic Abuse
  • Family Property
  • Financial Provision on Divorce and Dissolution of Civil Partnership
  • Divorce Grounds & Process
  • Private Ordering:  Minutes of Agreement and Joint Minutes of Agreement
  • The elderly, incapacity and organising of property

CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

Anne Griffiths is Professor of Anthropology of Law, University of Edinburgh

John Fotheringham is an Associate in Family Law at BTO

Dr Frankie McCarthy is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Glasgow

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