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Family Law Protocol 4th ed


ISBN13: 9781784460259
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781853288845
Published: October 2015
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £39.95



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This authoritative set of best practice guidelines has been comprehensively updated to cover all the changes since 2010 and includes two new chapters on forced marriage and alternative pathways to parenthood.

Endorsed by the President of the Family Division, the Protocol is the standard by which members of the Law Society and Resolution are judged.

The fourth edition of this indispensible book takes account of significant developments including:

  • changes to public funding in family law proceedings
  • private family law arrangements for children and parental involvement
  • new legislation on honour-based violence and forced marriage
  • alternative pathways to parenthood including adoption and surrogacy.
Developed by the Law Society in association with Resolution and other leading organisations, interest groups and figures in the field, this is the go-to text for family law practitioners.

Subjects:
Family Law
Contents:
Foreword by the President of the Family Division
Part 1: Main Protocol
Part 2: Non-court dispute resolution
Part 3: Domestic abuse and honour-based violence
Part 4: Children: private law
Part 5: Children: public law
Part 6: Abduction
Part 7: Child support
Part 8: Schedule 1 proceedings under the Children Act 1989
Part 9: Proceedings for dissolution, divorce, judicial separation or nullity
Part 10: Ancillary relief
Part 11: Cohabitation
Part 12: Forced marriage
Part 13: Alternative pathways to parenthood
Appendices.