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Family law in Ireland is a booming area of practice. The volume and increasing complexity of legislation, coupled with the in camera nature of family law proceedings, have resulted in a clamour for guidance by practitioners. This Manual should serve the needs not only of the legal community, but also of those professions upon which this rapidly expanding branch of law impacts.
Changes to the second edition include: decisions on divorce; decisions on pensions, child care, custody and access, and child abduction; the Children Act 2001; the Protection of Children (Hague Convention) Act 2000; and the European Convention on Human Rights Bill 2001. Published in conjunction with the Law Society of Ireland, the titles in this innovative series provide a unique guide to the law, practice, and procedure in Ireland.;Each title provides a clear overview of its subject, focusing on the practical issues that confront lawyers on an everyday basis.