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by P. Reekie,R. Tuddenham

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ISBN:
0421424907
Author:
P. Reekie,R. Tuddenham
Category:
Family Law
Language:
English
Publisher:
Sweet & Maxwell; 2nd edition edition (September 27, 1990)
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Family Law and Practice. Author: P. Reekie, R. Tuddenham. This book draws together the disparate areas of law which the practitioner dealing with matrimonial matters will encounter in his or her day-to-day work. The book is divided into four general sections, including, divorce and other decrees, financial provision and property adjustment, children and family violence. In addition, a detailed chapter on legal aid, legal advice and assistance, plus sections on the courts and conciliation have been included. The text is illustrated, not only with important leading and recent cases, but also with examples, drafts and case studies.

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This book draws together the disparate areas of law which the practitioner dealing with matrimonial matters will encounter in his or her day-to-day work. The book is divided into four general sections, including, divorce and other decrees, financial provision and property adjustment, children and family violence. In addition, a detailed chapter on legal aid, legal advice and assistance, plus sections on the courts and conciliation have been included. The text is illustrated, not only with important leading and recent cases, but also with examples, drafts and case studies. The substantive statutory principles are fully explained and placed within the context of everyday practice. Each procedure is set out in a logical step-by-step manner, and full reference is made as necessary, to ancillary provisions, such as those of tax and welfare law, including the new welfare benefits system, that are vital to the resolution of matrimonial disputes.