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The Single Family Court: A Practitioner's Handbook


ISBN13: 9780854901838
Published: February 2016
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £75.00



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Following the recent overhaul of the family justice system and the resulting plethora of revised legislation, practice directions and guidance from the office of the President of the Family Division, this book provides an invaluable reference for the busy family practitioner.

The authors are two highly experienced family practitioners in different fields of family law, who have identified and collated the most useful guidance from their respective areas of expertise for other users of the single Family Court. They have concentrated on the key aspects of the recent and significant changes to enable the embattled practitioner to cope more easily in this rapidly changing legislative and procedural labyrinth.

The Single Family Court: A Practitioner’s Handbook contains practice directions, protocols, precedents and relevant case law. It offers a discerning selection of materials applicable to the single Family Court and provides essential guidance on a wide range of issues ranging from court etiquette to international child abduction.

With a foreword by The Right Honourable Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division

Subjects:
Family Law, Wildy, Simmonds and Hill, Courts and Procedure
Contents:
1. Essential Daily Guidance for Proceedings Concerning Children
2. Financial Remedies
3. The Public Law Outline (PLO) and the Child Arrangements Programme (CAP)
4. Essential Practice Guidance
5. Essential Protocols
6. Precedents
7. Family Procedure Rules and Practice Directions (extracts from only from a selection of Parts and PDs below)