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Jackson's Matrimonial Finance 9th isbn 9781405764124

Jackson's Matrimonial Finance and Taxation 8th ed

ISBN13: 9781405725347
New Edition ISBN: 9781405764124
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406941491
Published: December 2008
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Jackson’s Matrimonial Finance and Taxation is an authoritative specialist text covering all aspects of financial problems arising from the breakdown of a marriage. Providing family law practitioners with an in-depth treatment of the subject, this unique book explains the principles applied by the courts in considering matters of finance, examines those agreements reached by parties out of court, and deals in detail with cases affecting all sections of society.

  • The work deals with the making and the effects of orders and agreements and attempts to direct the practitioner to the right order for their client
  • Analysis of the latest legislation, including The Family Proceedings (Amendment) Rules 2006; Gender Reassignment Act 2006; Civil Partnership Act 2004; Gender Recognition Act 2004; Gender Recognition (Application Fees) Order 2006; and Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
  • Comprehensive case law coverage, including the important recent House of Lords decision in Miller and MacFarlane, White v White, and important case law thereafter
The guidance in this book is comprehensive, providing you with coverage of all the relevant areas including: powers and reliefs; transfers and settlements of property; the matrimonial home; pensions offsetting; pensions earmarking and splitting; business and family breakdown; statutory forms; precedents and tables.

Family Law, Taxation
1. Introductory materials: powers and reliefs: procedure
2. Maintenance pending suit
3. Periodical payments after decree
4. Secured periodical payments
5. Lump sum payments
6. Transfers and settlements of property
7. Variation of settlements
8. Property adjustment and the matrimonial home
9. Pensions
10. Children
11. Failure to maintain
12. Magistrates’ courts
13. Agreements and consent orders
14. Occupation of the matrimonial home
15. Married Women’s Property Act 1882, s17 etc
16. Prevention and avoidance of dispositions: freezing injunctions: search orders
17. CGT, inheritance tax and income tax
18. Maintenance out of estate
19. Bankruptcy provisions
20. Financial relief after overseas divorce, annulment and legal separation
21. Enforcement
Appendices: material relating to procedure and costs,
income tax,
statutory material,