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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) In Ireland: A Handbook for Family Lawyers

ISBN13: 9781846613296
Published: June 2012
Publisher: Family Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £63.00

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Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) in Irish family law is a huge growth area which is being promoted both by government, at a policy level and by statute, and also by knowledgeable clients.

The economic climate has facilitated a shift toward cost saving and non-court resolution options such as collaborative practice and mediation. The draft Mediation Bill 2012 provides that solicitors and barristers have a duty to provide information and advice on mediation.

Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Ireland is the first title on this topic devoted to the requirements of the Irish market and will assist family lawyers to embrace ADR as an integral part of their practice and educate family law clients on the workings and advantages of ADR.

Irish Law
Development of Family Law in Ireland since the introduction of Judicial Separation and Divorce
The Adversarial Nature of the Family Court System
Lack of Resources Within Current System
Collaborative Practice
Neutral Experts in Family ADR
Finality Within Reason