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Tolley's Social Security and Family Benefit Law

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ISBN13: 9780754518945
ISBN: 0754518949
Published: October 2002
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This unique and comprehensive reference source brings together in one volume practical guidance and advice on the benefits and legal issues surrounding the family and specifically focuses on how benefit entitlement might be affected by circumstances. In addition this title provides up-to-date information on recent changes to social security, such as the new Integrated Child Credit being introduced in 2003, as well as changes to the Child Support Pensions and Social Security Act 2000.

It provides a succinct guide to the complex areas of welfare and covers benefit law, procedures for claiming, and the effects of maintenance payments on benefit entitlement and access to other state provisions. It also provides comprehensive coverage of all the key areas of family related benefits and uses tables, flow charts, precedents, and worked examples throughout to illustrate the text.

Written by an expert in this field, Tolley's Social Security and Family Benefit Law: A Practical Guide is an essential source of reference and will provide family lawyers and welfare advisors with a thorough understanding of the benefits available to their clients and the impact of payments and other forms of supp

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Subjects:
Social Security and Welfare Law
Contents:
Introduction.
How the benefit system works.
Benefits and work.
Children and young people.
Benefits for those not working.
Maternity and paternity.
Housing.
Education.
Health.
Termination of the relationship.
Appendix.