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The introduction of divorce marked a watershed in Irish legal and social history. Since its introduction on February 27, 1997 several case have come before the Circuit, High and Supreme Courts which have provided clarification on some ambiquities in the legislation. Moreover, the introduction of the Brussels II Regulation has fundamentally altered the manner in which divorce advice is imparted.
This new title by acknowledged Family Law expert Geoffrey Shannon looks at the manner in which divorce cases are dealt with, which is very different from what was initially anticipated. As the number of divorce cases in Ireland increases, it is apparent that trends are now beginning to emerge.