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An Introduction to Family and Matrimonial Proceedings

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ISBN13: 9781858112534
ISBN: 1858112532
Published: December 2000
Publisher: EMIS Professional Publishing
Format: Paperback and Audiobook on cassette
Price: Out of print



Ideal for support staff, this tape clearly explains the language and processes of family work. Covering divorce, children and division of property, the narrative is fully up to date - including reforms to Ancillary Relief. A pack of key forms is provided so that the narrative can be related to the practical work that needs to be undertaken. An ideal way to ensure that those in the matrimonial department are fully attuned to the busy environment in which they must work. The author is a practising barrister specializing in matrimonial and child law. She lectures regularly to solicitors on a variety of topics.

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Contents:
Introduction to the work in a Family Department, including divorce, finance and children; dealing with clients; keeping diaries in the office outline of the facts to be proved in divorce; preparing a divorce petition for filing and service; documents to be sent with divorce petition; responding to a petition for divorce; drafting an answer to the petition; making applications for ancillary relief under the old scheme to include drafting affidavits of means; filing and service of the affidavit of means; drafting questionnaires; responding to questionnaires; making applications for ancillary relief under the new scheme; completing the forms under the new scheme; outline of child law, public and private; Children Act applications; completing forms in Children Act applications.