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Family Law: Tips and Traps - Hints, Help and Specimen Orders


ISBN13: 9781846610455
Published: March 2009
Publisher: Family Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback, A4 & CD-ROM
Price: Out of print



This portable ready reference guide provides clear guidance on everyday practical points that arise in district judges' work in the Principal Registry of the Family Division, thus helping to reduce common technical and practice errors. Many of the problems and points identified are familiar and relevant to other family law court centres.

In particular, the guide covers special procedure petitions, private law money cases, directions and paperwork, court listing, non-molestation orders, disclosure of information, and Children Act orders.

Specimen orders and a number of standard menu forms are also included in the publication and are reproduced on the accompanying CD-ROM.

Subjects:
Family Law
Contents:
Introduction
Matrimonial and Civil Partnership Proceedings: An Overview
Marriage and Civil Partnership: Dissolution, Separation and Nullity
Petitions: Special Procedure - A Basic Guide
Petitions: Special Procedure Paperwork
The Contents of the Petition
Supplemental, Amended, Consolidated and Cross-Petitions
Resolving Defended Petitions or Cross Petitions
Service of Petitions
Financial Claims: 'Ancillary Relief'
Child Support Act 1991 (as amended)
Court Listing: Mention Dates
Financial Claims: Other than 'Ancillary Relief'
Penal Notices
Non-Molestation and Occupation Orders (Family Law Act 1996)
Adoption: Editing of Reports
Production of Prisoners to Court
Disclosure of Addresses and Information from Non-Parties
Specimen Orders and Forms