Family Law and Practice

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Family law is a dynamic subject that is constantly changing and provides a challenge to everyone involved with it. Family Law and Practice offers a clear picture of the practical considerations that arise when advising in a divorce case.

It sets out the divorce procedure, explains the financial implications of divorce and includes advice on ensuring that clients receive the money that they are owed.

The book also outlines the principles governing the care and protection of children, the remedies available for victims of domestic abuse and the public funding regime in family cases.

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Family law is a dynamic subject that is constantly changing and provides a challenge to everyone involved with it. Family Law and Practice offers a clear picture of the practical considerations that arise when advising in a divorce case. It sets out the divorce procedure, explains the financial implications of divorce and includes advice on ensuring that clients receive the money that they are owed. The book also outlines the principles governing the care and protection of children, the remedies available for victims of domestic abuse and the public funding regime in family cases.

This new edition has been fully updated to include the latest position in relation to pilot schemes in financial proceedings and the practical steps needed to be taken to comply with the amended PD 28A on costs. The book is fully up to date on case law including JD and A v United Kingdom (2020) and Secretary of State for Work and Pensions v Johnson (2020) on universal credit; CB v KB (2020) on the amount of supplementary child benefit which should be paid; W v H (Divorce financial remedies) (2020) on pensions; RC v JC (2020) on the compensation principle in financial cases; and S v H (2020) on bankruptcy.

Contents

  • The Family Practice
  • Funding and Process Options
  • Divorce Law and Procedure
  • Financial Orders: The Law
  • Tax on Marriage Breakdown
  • Welfare and Local Authority Housing
  • Calculating Child Maintenance
  • Maintenance for a Spouse
  • Dealing with the Capital Assets
  • Procedure for Obtaining a Financial Order
  • Enforcement, Appeals, Setting Aside and Variation
  • Pre-Marital Agreements and Separation Agreements
  • Children
  • Children: Public Law
  • Domestic Abuse
  • The Cohabiting Family
  • Legislation
  • Court Forms

Nancy Duffield is a Senior Lecturer at The University of Law in London. Jacqueline Kempton practised as a family law solicitor and is now an Associate Professor at The University of Law in London. Christa Sabine practised as a family law solicitor and is now an Associate Professor at The University of Law in London.

This book is part of a series of study manuals that have been specially designed to cover content for students studying Key Practice Areas on the LLM Legal Practice (SQE1&2). Published and updated regularly, these user-friendly study manuals are designed to help you successfully acquire knowledge and understanding of the foundational law of England & Wales.

Each title is designed to operate as a study manual, rather than solely a textbook. This means that understanding of the subject is developed using worked examples and activities.
For students only at The University of Law, the study manuals are used alongside other learning resources to prepare students not only for achievement of an academic qualification, but also for a future life in professional legal practice.

  • Print: 978-1-914219-93-1
  • Pages: 614

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