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A new edition is due, details can be seen here:
Jackson's Matrimonial Finance 10th isbn 9781474307017

Jackson's Matrimonial Finance 9th


ISBN13: 9781405764124
New Edition ISBN: 9781474307017
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781405725347
Published: January 2012
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £273.00



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Jackson's Matrimonial Finance and Taxation is an authoritative specialist text covering all aspects of financial problems arising from the breakdown of a marriage.

The publication of this authorative title has been deferred to January 2012 to take in to account the important Supreme Court Decision of Kernott v Jones handed down on 9th November 2011. Jackson’s matrimonial finance will be the first title on the market to deal with this highly relevant case on constructive trusts

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 guidance in this book is comprehensive, providing you with coverage of all the relevant areas including:-

  • A new chapter on the impact of the new Family Proceedings Rules covering: obtaining disclosure from third parties both onshore & offshore such as inspection appointments and letters of request; improperly obtained material referring to cases such as Hildebrand; White v Withers and Imerman.
  • Other new material includes: the Supreme Court decisions in Radmacher v Granatino (agreements), Agbaje v Agbaje (Part III applications) as well as A v A orders in Children cases and the new Maintenance Regulations which are expected to come into force in June 2011.

Subjects:
Family Law, Taxation
Contents:
Introductory material
Powers and Reliefs
Procedure
Costs
Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
Appeals
Gender Recognition Act 2004
CPA 2004
Practice and Procedure
Maintenance Pending Suit
Periodical Payments after Decree Nisi/Civil Partnership Conditional Order
Secured Periodical Payments
Lump Sum Payments
Transfers and Settlements of Property
Variation of Settlements
Property Adjustment and the Matrimonial/Family Home
Pensions
Children
Failure to Maintain
Magistrates Courts
Agreements and Consent Orders
Occupation of the Family Home
Married Women's Property Act 1882, s 17 etc
Prevention and Avoidance of Dispositions, Freezing Injunctions, Search Orders
Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax and Income Tax
Maintenance out of Estate
Bankruptcy Provisions
Financial Relief After Overseas Divorce, Annulment and Legal Separation
Enforcement