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CLP Legal Practice Guides: Family Law and Practice 2024

CLP Legal Practice Guides: Family Law and Practice 2024
Product ISBN: 9781915469632
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Legal Practice Guides:

Unrivalled for clarity, authority and cost effectiveness, the CLP Legal Practice Guides explain in detail the principles of each area of legal practice. Each title is complemented by worked examples, checklists, model forms and relevant legislation.

Published annually, these user-friendly guides are ideal points of reference for students studying the Legal Practice Course and for practitioners, whether newly qualified or as a means of keeping up with the latest developments.

Family Law and Practice:

Family law is a dynamic subject that is constantly changing and provides a challenge to everyone involved with it. Family Law and Practice offers a clear picture of the practical considerations that arise when advising in a divorce case. It sets out the divorce procedure, explains the financial implications of divorce and includes advice on ensuring that clients receive the money that they are owed. The book also outlines the principles governing the care and protection of children, the remedies available for victims of domestic abuse and the public funding regime in family cases.

This new edition has been fully updated to include the online process for financial remedies orders, changes to capital gains tax on separation and the latest position in relation to the implementation of the Domestic Abuse Act 2021, including the new s 91A of the Children Act 1989 (and the Practice Guidance: Non-molestation Injunctions, July 2023). The book is fully up to date on case law including CMX v EJX (French Marriage Contract) (2022) and James v Seymour (2023) on supplementary child maintenance, Collardeau-Fuchs v Fuchs (2022) on Household Expenditure Child Support Award, De Renee v Galbraith-Marten (2023) on set aside, WC v HC (2022) on pre-marital agreements, DP v EP (2023) on economic abuse and Re S (A Child); Re W (A Child: s 20 Accommodation) (2023) on long term use of s 20 accommodation.