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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Canadian Family Law 6th ed isbn 9781552213964

Canadian Family Law 5th ed

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ISBN13: 9781552213438
New Edition ISBN: 9781552213964
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781552212219
Published: September 2013
Publisher: Irwin Law Inc
Country of Publication: Canada
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Canadian Family Law provides expert insight into a wide variety of legal issues that confront Canadian families today.

The fifth edition of Canadian Family Law, current to 31 March 2013, contains commentary on new cases decided since the publication of the fourth edition. Also, there are new sections treating post-separation need for spousal support; custody, custody orders, and access; and maximum contact: infants and toddlers.

The book will be of particular interest to judges, legal practitioners, mediators, arbitrators and other professionals who require an understanding of the law related to families. It also provides a unique source of information for law students and their professors.

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Chapter 1: Family Structures and Canadian Family Law
Chapter 2: Marriage
Chapter 3: Cohabitational Relationships
Chapter 4: Domestic Contracts
Chapter 5: Family Violence
Chapter 6: The Crises of Marriage Breakdown and Processes for Dealing with Them
Chapter 7: Divorce: Jurisdiction, Judgments, Foreign Divorces, Grounds for Divorce, Bars
Chapter 8: Spousal Support On or After Divorce
Chapter 9: Child Support On or After Divorce
Chapter 10: Parenting Arrangements After Divorce
Chapter 11: Remedies Available under Provincial and Territorial Legislation
Chapter 12: Matrimonial Property Rights