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A Practical Guide to Family Proceedings 6th ed isbn 9781526501776

A Practical Guide to Family Proceedings 5th ed

ISBN13: 9781846612756
New Edition ISBN: 9781526501776
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781846611292
Published: March 2012
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Established as a straightforward, easy-to-follow handbook of procedure this book is equally useful as an aide-memoire for the hard-pressed specialist or as an introduction for the less experienced.

The book enables a busy practitioner to avoid the most common pitfalls encountered across the spectrum of family proceedings, thereby speeding up litigation and avoiding unnecessary work and wasted costs orders. Previous editions of the book have been widely used in the Principal Registry of the Family Division, other district registries and county courts.

A Practical Guide to Family Proceedings offers step-by-step guidance on the effective conduct of all the most common types of family law application. This new edition has been extensively revised to take account of the Family Procedure Rules 2010. It will prove an essential reference for the busy family lawyer.

Family Law
Part I - Proceedings for:
Judicial Separation
Civil Partnership
Gender Recognition
Presumption of Death and Dissolution
Declaration of Marital Status
Declaration of Parentage
Legitimacy and Legitimation
Part II - Financial Applications
Part III - Children
Part IV - Injunctions and Enforcement
Part V - The Court Record