The Resource Family Law

Family Law

Label
Family Law
Title
Family Law
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Subject
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Language
eng
Summary
Family Law provides a comprehensive foundation in the key topics covered by courses. It explains the basic principles of the law and practice in their social, economic and historic context, enabling the reader to understand the doctrinal and practical impact of current radical changes in family law in response to cultural and other influences. This second edition has been fully updated in the light of on-going changes to the family justice system including: the modernisation of family justice including the new Family Court Atypical formation of the contemporary family: genetic, adoptive, social or through HAR the proposed administrative extra-judicial divorce process financial orders on married and unmarried family relationship breakdown enhanced parental responsibility, 'Parental Agreements' and 'Child Arrangement Orders' the treatment of post separation parenting (and the new DWP child support system) reforms to public child law, including changes to adoption same-sex marriage and the impact on traditional marriage and cohabitation Visit the companion website for practice questions, updates to the law and podcasts by the author at http://www.routledge.com/cw/burton-9780415583640
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MiAaPQ
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Burton, Frances
Dewey number
346.42015
LC call number
KD750 -- .B87 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Children -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- England
  • Domestic relations -- England
Label
Family Law
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=1974213
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Publication
Copyright
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Table of Cases -- Table of Statutes -- Table of Statutory Instruments -- Table of EU Legislation -- Table of Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction: What is Contemporary Family Law? -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The changing face of family law -- 1.3 How family law differs from other civil litigation -- 1.4 The function of family law -- 1.5 Family law and human rights -- 1.6 Current debates -- 1.7 Summary of Chapter 1 -- 1.8 Further reading -- 2 Marriage -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Marriage: a status -- 2.3 Grounds on which a marriage will be void -- 2.4 The effect of a void marriage -- 2.5 Grounds on which a marriage will be voidable -- 2.6 Current debates -- 2.7 Summary of Chapter 2 -- 2.8 Further reading -- 3 Nullity -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Annulling voidable marriages -- 3.3 Nullity: MCA 1973, ss 11-13 -- 3.4 Grounds on which a marriage will be voidable -- 3.5 Bars to a nullity decree -- 3.6 Relationship between nullity and divorce -- 3.7 Current debates -- 3.8 Summary of Chapter 3 -- 3.9 Further reading -- 4 Divorce: The Theoretical Background -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Origins of English divorce law and its impact on the underlying theory -- 4.3 The Matrimonial Causes Act 1857: divorce and judicial separation -- 4.4 Early twentieth-century reform -- 4.5 The Divorce Reform Act (DRA) 1969 -- 4.6 Current initiatives -- 4.7 Overview of the current law: the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 -- 4.8 The MCA 1973 in practice -- 4.9 Terminology in divorce suits -- 4.10 Jurisdiction -- 4.11 The first year of marriage: the absolute ban on divorce -- 4.12 Alternatives during the first year -- 4.13 The relationship between divorce, financial and child proceedings -- 4.14 Current debates -- 4.15 Summary of Chapter 4 -- 4.16 Further reading -- 5 Divorce: The Contemporary Process
  • 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The ground for divorce and 'the five Facts' -- 5.3 Proof of the ground in s 1(1) -- 5.4 Adultery: Fact A -- 5.5 Behaviour: Fact B -- 5.6 The importance of drafting in an effective petition -- 5.7 Desertion and constructive desertion: Fact C -- 5.8 The separation decrees: Facts D and E -- 5.9 Two years' separation with the respondent's consent: Fact D -- 5.10 Five years' separation: Fact E -- 5.11 How the statute works in practice -- 5.12 Financial protection for reluctant respondents to Fact D and E petitions -- 5.13 Other decrees: judicial separation and presumption of death and dissolution of the marriage: MCA 1973 ss 17 and 19 -- 5.14 Current debates -- 5.15 Summary of Chapter 5 -- 5.16 Further reading -- 6 Divorce: Non-Court Dispute Resolution -- 6.1 Introduction: 'N-CDR', marital agreements, collaborative law, mediation, family arbitration -- 6.2 Marital agreements -- 6.3 Collaborative law -- 6.4 Mediation -- 6.5 Family arbitration -- 6.6 The way forward in family dispute resolution -- 6.7 Current debates -- 6.8 Summary of Chapter 6 -- 6.9 Further reading -- 7 Financial Provision on Divorce or Dissolution -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Orders which the court may make -- 7.3 The court's discretionary jurisdiction -- 7.4 Applying for financial provision -- 7.5 The s 25 factors, s 25A and the ideal of spousal self-sufficiency -- 7.6 The court's considerations in exercising its discretion: s 25(2)(b)-(h) -- 7.7 The clean break: MCA 1973 s 25A -- 7.8 Clean break options -- 7.9 Quantum of orders - calculating spouse maintenance -- 7.10 Variation -- 7.11 Appeals out of time -- 7.12 Varying Mesher orders -- 7.13 Preventing evasion of liability, and enforcing orders obtained -- 7.14 The matrimonial home: the policy of homes for all -- 7.15 Current debates -- 7.16 Summary of Chapter 7 -- 7.17 Further reading -- 8 Civil Partnership
  • 8.1 Introduction and back ground theory -- 8.2 Formation of civil partnerships -- 8.3 Dissolution of civil partnerships -- 8.4 Distinction between marriage and civil partnership -- 8.5 Current debates -- 8.6 Summary of Chapter 8 -- 8.7 Further reading -- 9 Cohabitation -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Current initiatives -- 9.3 Property disputes -- 9.4 Maintenance of the partner in life -- 9.5 Maintenance of the partner after death -- 9.6 Maintenance of children -- 9.7 Parental responsibility -- 9.8 Cohabitation contracts -- 9.9 Proposals for reform -- 9.10 Other discrimination -- 9.11 Current debates -- 9.12 Summary of Chapter 9 -- 9.13 Further reading -- 10 Financial Support Without Decree -- 10.1 Introduction: the impact of LASPO -- 10.2 Domestic Proceedings and Magistrates' Courts Act (DPMCA) 1978 -- 10.3 Orders under the DPMCA 1978 s 2 -- 10.4 Agreed orders under the DPMCA 1978 s 6 -- 10.5 Orders under the DPMCA 1978 s 7 to continue voluntary payments made during separation -- 10.6 Procedure -- 10.7 Variation -- 10.8 Enforcement -- 10.9 Matrimonial Causes Act (MCA) 1973 s 27 -- 10.10 Separation and maintenance agreements -- 10.11 Which remedy? -- 10.12 Current debates -- 10.13 Summary of Chapter 10 -- 10.14 Further reading -- 11 Domestic Violence and Forced Marriage -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Rights of occupation of the home of spouses or civil partners -- 11.3 Domestic violence injunctions -- 11.4 Occupation orders -- 11.5 Procedure -- 11.6 Transfer of tenancies -- 11.7 Forced marriage (a relatively new concern in domestic violence) -- 11.8 Current debates -- 11.9 Summary of Chapter 11 -- 11.10 Further reading -- 12 The Children Act 1989 -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 The general principles: CA 1989 s 1 -- 12.3 Parental responsibility -- 12.4 Current debates -- 12.5 Summary of Chapter 12 -- 12.6 Further reading
  • 13 Parentage, Parental Responsibility and Human Assisted Reproduction -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Essential terminology -- 13.3 The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act (HFEA) 2008 -- 13.4 Who is the mother? -- 13.5 Who is the father? -- 13.6 Posthumous parents -- 13.7 Destroying embryos and foetuses -- 13.8 Surrogacy -- 13.9 Parental orders -- 13.10 Discovering a child's parent age: DNA testing -- 13.11 Directing tests -- 13.12 Current debates -- 13.13 Summary of Chapter 13 -- 13.14 Further reading -- 14 Children's Rights, Autonomy and Medical Treatment -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 The theory of children's rights -- 14.3 Medical treatment -- 14.4 Current debates -- 14.5 Summary of Chapter 14 -- 14.6 Further reading -- 15 The Child's Welfare -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Welfare and the exercise of judicial discretion -- 15.3 The welfare checklist: CA 1989 s 1(3) -- 15.4 Current debates -- 15.5 Summary of Chapter 15 -- 15.6 Further reading -- 16 Section 8 and the CAO -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 The portfolio of orders under s 8 -- 16.3 Interim orders -- 16.4 Enforcement of orders -- 16.5 Who may apply for s 8 orders? -- 16.6 The family assistance order: s 16 -- 16.7 Change of name or removal from the jurisdiction: s 13(1) -- 16.8 Current debates -- 16.9 Summary of Chapter 16 -- 16.10 Further reading -- 17 Making Contact Orders Work -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 Addressing contact problems -- 17.3 CA 1989 procedure -- 17.4 Current debates -- 17.5 Summary of Chapter 17 -- 17.6 Further reading -- 18 International Child Abduction and Relocation -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 The Child Abduction Act (CAA) 1984 -- 18.3 Dealing with abbuction if prevention fails -- 18.4 Defences -- 18.5 The European Convention -- 18.6 Non-Convention cases -- 18.7 Which Convention? -- 18.8 Relocation -- 18.9 Current debates -- 18.10 Summary of Chapter 18
  • 18.11 Further reading -- 19 Child Protection: Wardship, the Inherent Jurisdiction and the CA 1989 -- 19.1 Introduction -- 19.2 Wardship, the inherent jurisdiction and the CA 1989 -- 19.3 State intervention -- 19.4 Current debates -- 19.5 Summary of Chapter 19 -- 19.6 Further reading -- 20 Care, Supervision and Protection Orders -- 20.1 Introduction -- 20.2 The approach of Parts III to V of the CA 1989 -- 20.3 The local authority's duty to accommodate: s 20 -- 20.4 Formal care orders: CA 1989, ss 31 and 33 -- 20.5 Supervision order: s 35 -- 20.6 Emergency orders: ss 43 and 44 -- 20.7 CA 1989 procedure -- 20.8 Current debates -- 20.9 Summary of Chapter 20 -- 20.10 Further reading -- 21 Financial Provision for Children -- 21.1 Introduction -- 21.2 The dual CSA-court application system -- 21.3 The CSA 1991-95 as amended -- 21.4 Reform of the CSA regime -- 21.5 The future settlement of child maintenance -- 21.6 Child maintenance and provision under the CA 1989 -- 21.7 Current debates -- 21.8 Summary of Chapter 21 -- 21.9 Further reading -- 22 Adoption -- 22.1 Introduction -- 22.2 General provisions of adoption law -- 22.3 Who can adopt and be adopted -- 22.4 Arranging adoptions -- 22.5 Parental agreement to adoption -- 22.6 The placement order replacing 'freeing for adoption' -- 22.7 Adoption orders with conditions -- 22.8 Effects of adoption -- 22.9 Special guardianship -- 22.10 Current debates -- 22.11 Summary of Chapter 22 -- 22.12 Further reading -- Index
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (567 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317906414
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1974213
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1974213
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11021761
  • (CaONFJC)MIL729545
  • (OCoLC)904518038
Label
Family Law
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=1974213
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Table of Cases -- Table of Statutes -- Table of Statutory Instruments -- Table of EU Legislation -- Table of Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction: What is Contemporary Family Law? -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The changing face of family law -- 1.3 How family law differs from other civil litigation -- 1.4 The function of family law -- 1.5 Family law and human rights -- 1.6 Current debates -- 1.7 Summary of Chapter 1 -- 1.8 Further reading -- 2 Marriage -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Marriage: a status -- 2.3 Grounds on which a marriage will be void -- 2.4 The effect of a void marriage -- 2.5 Grounds on which a marriage will be voidable -- 2.6 Current debates -- 2.7 Summary of Chapter 2 -- 2.8 Further reading -- 3 Nullity -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Annulling voidable marriages -- 3.3 Nullity: MCA 1973, ss 11-13 -- 3.4 Grounds on which a marriage will be voidable -- 3.5 Bars to a nullity decree -- 3.6 Relationship between nullity and divorce -- 3.7 Current debates -- 3.8 Summary of Chapter 3 -- 3.9 Further reading -- 4 Divorce: The Theoretical Background -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Origins of English divorce law and its impact on the underlying theory -- 4.3 The Matrimonial Causes Act 1857: divorce and judicial separation -- 4.4 Early twentieth-century reform -- 4.5 The Divorce Reform Act (DRA) 1969 -- 4.6 Current initiatives -- 4.7 Overview of the current law: the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 -- 4.8 The MCA 1973 in practice -- 4.9 Terminology in divorce suits -- 4.10 Jurisdiction -- 4.11 The first year of marriage: the absolute ban on divorce -- 4.12 Alternatives during the first year -- 4.13 The relationship between divorce, financial and child proceedings -- 4.14 Current debates -- 4.15 Summary of Chapter 4 -- 4.16 Further reading -- 5 Divorce: The Contemporary Process
  • 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The ground for divorce and 'the five Facts' -- 5.3 Proof of the ground in s 1(1) -- 5.4 Adultery: Fact A -- 5.5 Behaviour: Fact B -- 5.6 The importance of drafting in an effective petition -- 5.7 Desertion and constructive desertion: Fact C -- 5.8 The separation decrees: Facts D and E -- 5.9 Two years' separation with the respondent's consent: Fact D -- 5.10 Five years' separation: Fact E -- 5.11 How the statute works in practice -- 5.12 Financial protection for reluctant respondents to Fact D and E petitions -- 5.13 Other decrees: judicial separation and presumption of death and dissolution of the marriage: MCA 1973 ss 17 and 19 -- 5.14 Current debates -- 5.15 Summary of Chapter 5 -- 5.16 Further reading -- 6 Divorce: Non-Court Dispute Resolution -- 6.1 Introduction: 'N-CDR', marital agreements, collaborative law, mediation, family arbitration -- 6.2 Marital agreements -- 6.3 Collaborative law -- 6.4 Mediation -- 6.5 Family arbitration -- 6.6 The way forward in family dispute resolution -- 6.7 Current debates -- 6.8 Summary of Chapter 6 -- 6.9 Further reading -- 7 Financial Provision on Divorce or Dissolution -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Orders which the court may make -- 7.3 The court's discretionary jurisdiction -- 7.4 Applying for financial provision -- 7.5 The s 25 factors, s 25A and the ideal of spousal self-sufficiency -- 7.6 The court's considerations in exercising its discretion: s 25(2)(b)-(h) -- 7.7 The clean break: MCA 1973 s 25A -- 7.8 Clean break options -- 7.9 Quantum of orders - calculating spouse maintenance -- 7.10 Variation -- 7.11 Appeals out of time -- 7.12 Varying Mesher orders -- 7.13 Preventing evasion of liability, and enforcing orders obtained -- 7.14 The matrimonial home: the policy of homes for all -- 7.15 Current debates -- 7.16 Summary of Chapter 7 -- 7.17 Further reading -- 8 Civil Partnership
  • 8.1 Introduction and back ground theory -- 8.2 Formation of civil partnerships -- 8.3 Dissolution of civil partnerships -- 8.4 Distinction between marriage and civil partnership -- 8.5 Current debates -- 8.6 Summary of Chapter 8 -- 8.7 Further reading -- 9 Cohabitation -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Current initiatives -- 9.3 Property disputes -- 9.4 Maintenance of the partner in life -- 9.5 Maintenance of the partner after death -- 9.6 Maintenance of children -- 9.7 Parental responsibility -- 9.8 Cohabitation contracts -- 9.9 Proposals for reform -- 9.10 Other discrimination -- 9.11 Current debates -- 9.12 Summary of Chapter 9 -- 9.13 Further reading -- 10 Financial Support Without Decree -- 10.1 Introduction: the impact of LASPO -- 10.2 Domestic Proceedings and Magistrates' Courts Act (DPMCA) 1978 -- 10.3 Orders under the DPMCA 1978 s 2 -- 10.4 Agreed orders under the DPMCA 1978 s 6 -- 10.5 Orders under the DPMCA 1978 s 7 to continue voluntary payments made during separation -- 10.6 Procedure -- 10.7 Variation -- 10.8 Enforcement -- 10.9 Matrimonial Causes Act (MCA) 1973 s 27 -- 10.10 Separation and maintenance agreements -- 10.11 Which remedy? -- 10.12 Current debates -- 10.13 Summary of Chapter 10 -- 10.14 Further reading -- 11 Domestic Violence and Forced Marriage -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Rights of occupation of the home of spouses or civil partners -- 11.3 Domestic violence injunctions -- 11.4 Occupation orders -- 11.5 Procedure -- 11.6 Transfer of tenancies -- 11.7 Forced marriage (a relatively new concern in domestic violence) -- 11.8 Current debates -- 11.9 Summary of Chapter 11 -- 11.10 Further reading -- 12 The Children Act 1989 -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 The general principles: CA 1989 s 1 -- 12.3 Parental responsibility -- 12.4 Current debates -- 12.5 Summary of Chapter 12 -- 12.6 Further reading
  • 13 Parentage, Parental Responsibility and Human Assisted Reproduction -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Essential terminology -- 13.3 The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act (HFEA) 2008 -- 13.4 Who is the mother? -- 13.5 Who is the father? -- 13.6 Posthumous parents -- 13.7 Destroying embryos and foetuses -- 13.8 Surrogacy -- 13.9 Parental orders -- 13.10 Discovering a child's parent age: DNA testing -- 13.11 Directing tests -- 13.12 Current debates -- 13.13 Summary of Chapter 13 -- 13.14 Further reading -- 14 Children's Rights, Autonomy and Medical Treatment -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 The theory of children's rights -- 14.3 Medical treatment -- 14.4 Current debates -- 14.5 Summary of Chapter 14 -- 14.6 Further reading -- 15 The Child's Welfare -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Welfare and the exercise of judicial discretion -- 15.3 The welfare checklist: CA 1989 s 1(3) -- 15.4 Current debates -- 15.5 Summary of Chapter 15 -- 15.6 Further reading -- 16 Section 8 and the CAO -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 The portfolio of orders under s 8 -- 16.3 Interim orders -- 16.4 Enforcement of orders -- 16.5 Who may apply for s 8 orders? -- 16.6 The family assistance order: s 16 -- 16.7 Change of name or removal from the jurisdiction: s 13(1) -- 16.8 Current debates -- 16.9 Summary of Chapter 16 -- 16.10 Further reading -- 17 Making Contact Orders Work -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 Addressing contact problems -- 17.3 CA 1989 procedure -- 17.4 Current debates -- 17.5 Summary of Chapter 17 -- 17.6 Further reading -- 18 International Child Abduction and Relocation -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 The Child Abduction Act (CAA) 1984 -- 18.3 Dealing with abbuction if prevention fails -- 18.4 Defences -- 18.5 The European Convention -- 18.6 Non-Convention cases -- 18.7 Which Convention? -- 18.8 Relocation -- 18.9 Current debates -- 18.10 Summary of Chapter 18
  • 18.11 Further reading -- 19 Child Protection: Wardship, the Inherent Jurisdiction and the CA 1989 -- 19.1 Introduction -- 19.2 Wardship, the inherent jurisdiction and the CA 1989 -- 19.3 State intervention -- 19.4 Current debates -- 19.5 Summary of Chapter 19 -- 19.6 Further reading -- 20 Care, Supervision and Protection Orders -- 20.1 Introduction -- 20.2 The approach of Parts III to V of the CA 1989 -- 20.3 The local authority's duty to accommodate: s 20 -- 20.4 Formal care orders: CA 1989, ss 31 and 33 -- 20.5 Supervision order: s 35 -- 20.6 Emergency orders: ss 43 and 44 -- 20.7 CA 1989 procedure -- 20.8 Current debates -- 20.9 Summary of Chapter 20 -- 20.10 Further reading -- 21 Financial Provision for Children -- 21.1 Introduction -- 21.2 The dual CSA-court application system -- 21.3 The CSA 1991-95 as amended -- 21.4 Reform of the CSA regime -- 21.5 The future settlement of child maintenance -- 21.6 Child maintenance and provision under the CA 1989 -- 21.7 Current debates -- 21.8 Summary of Chapter 21 -- 21.9 Further reading -- 22 Adoption -- 22.1 Introduction -- 22.2 General provisions of adoption law -- 22.3 Who can adopt and be adopted -- 22.4 Arranging adoptions -- 22.5 Parental agreement to adoption -- 22.6 The placement order replacing 'freeing for adoption' -- 22.7 Adoption orders with conditions -- 22.8 Effects of adoption -- 22.9 Special guardianship -- 22.10 Current debates -- 22.11 Summary of Chapter 22 -- 22.12 Further reading -- Index
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (567 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317906414
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1974213
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1974213
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11021761
  • (CaONFJC)MIL729545
  • (OCoLC)904518038

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