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Family Law Precedents Service

Provides family and child law practitioners with a comprehensive library of reliable and practical precedents designed to meet all your day-to-day needs, at every stage and is available as both a print and online subscription.
Publisher: Family Law
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780853087274
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Why Should you buy Family Law Precedents Service

 

Family Law Precedents Service provides family and child law practitioners with a comprehensive library of reliable and practical precedents designed to meet all your day-to-day needs, at every stage and is available as both a print and online subscription.

An exhaustive collection of precedents for applications and orders in respect of the most common – and many not so common – family proceedings is provided, together with a range of additional documents such as client care letters, declarations of trust and cohabitation agreements.

Each precedent is generously annotated and well presented with drafting advice and procedural guides so that its form of words can be understood in the context of the law that governs it. The looseleaf format ensures that you keep abreast with the developments in practice and procedure, and includes precedents on the accompanying CD-ROM for you to use and adapt.

Family Law Precedents Service offers authoritative guidance and excellent value for money in a single volume and is a must for any practitioner carrying out children or financial remedies work.

Family Law Precedents Service provides:

  • Over 500 precedents for applications, statements, orders and letters
  • Excellent value for money
  • Authoritative, concise commentary
  • Over 30 procedural checklists which ensure nothing is missed
  • Free CD-ROM containing all the precedents for you to use and adapt.

This major work offers authoritative guidance and excellent value for money in a single volume and is a must for any practitioner carrying out children or financial remedies work.

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Table of contents

How to Use
Foreword
Preface
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of EC Materials
Table of Judicial Practice Directions
Table of CPR, Court of Protection Rules, FPR and Supreme Court Rules Practice Directions
List of Prescribed Family Forms

GENERAL
Precedents
  • Forms, House Rules and Standard Orders
  • General
  • General Orders
  • Headings
  • Body
  • Statement of Truth/Jurat
  • Exhibits
  • Preliminary Document
  • Civil Partnership
  • On/Off the Court Record
  • Engagement Letter/Terms of Business
  • Undertakings
DIVISION A
Main Applications
Precedents
  • Divorce
  • Judicial Separation
  • Nullity
  • Miscellaneous Petitions
DIVISION B
Further Applications in the Main Application
Precedents
  • Amendment of Petition
  • Supplemental Petition
  • Second or Further Petitions
  • Further Information
  • Miscellaneous Applications/Orders
  • Persons Named
  • Consent Order for Case to Proceed Undefended
  • Rescission of Decree Nisi
  • Application to Bar Decree Absolute
  • Application to Make Decree Absolute
  • Withdrawal/Abatement/Dismissal
  • Appointment of Medical Inspectors in Nullity Cases
  • Service
  • Letters
DIVISION C
Financial Orders
Precedents
  • General Financial Order Precedents
  • Adding or Removing Parties
  • Interim Relief
  • Financial Orders
  • Consent Orders
  • Variation of Orders
  • Orders for Adjournment, Transfer or Dismissal
  • Deeds/Agreements
  • Implementation
  • Setting aside financial remedy orders
DIVISION D
Originating Applications
Precedents
  • Failure to Provide Reasonable Maintenance
  • Alteration of Maintenance Agreement during Parties’ Lifetimes (MCA 1973, s 35)
  • Alteration of Maintenance Agreement after Death of One Party (MCA 1973, s 36)
  • Married Women’s Property Act 1882, s 17 Applications
  • Applications under the Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984
  • Transfer of Tenancy
  • Applications under the Law of Property Act 1925, s 188 Regarding Chattels
  • Applications under the Children Act 1989, Sch 1
  • Applications under the Presumption of Death Act 2013
DIVISION E
Children
Precedents
  • Private Law Proceedings
    General
  • Public Law Proceedings
    Children Act Applications
    Adoption Applications
DIVISION F
Inheritance
Precedents
  • Applications and Affidavits
  • Orders
DIVISION G
Injunctions
Precedents
  • Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, s 37(2) Applications
  • (Mareva) Freezing Injunctions
  • (Anton Piller) Search Order Applications
  • Applications to Preserve Subject Matter of Dispute under FPR 2010, r 20.2(1)(c)(i)
  • Land Registration Act 2002, s 46 Applications
  • Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984, Part III Applications
  • Family Law Act 1996, Part IV Applications
  • Protection from Harassment Act 1997 Applications
  • Letters
  • Forced Marriage Protection
DIVISION H
Trusts of Land
Precedents
  • Applications under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996
DIVISION I
Cohabitation
Precedents
  • Cohabitation
DIVISION J
Experts
Precedents
  • Orders
  • Instructing an Expert
  • Expert’s Report
  • At the End of the Proceedings
DIVISION K
Enforcement
Precedents
  • Enforcement of Arrears – General
  • Attachment of Earnings
  • Charging Order
  • Third Party Debt Orders
  • Appointment of Receiver
  • Writ/Warrant of Control
  • Writ/Warrant of Possession
  • Sequestration
  • Registration of Periodical Payments Order
  • Judgment Summons
  • Committal
  • Contracts for Sale or Conveyance/Transfer
  • Maintenance Enforcement Orders
  • Passport Impoundment Orders
DIVISION L
Appeals
Precedents
  • Appeals
DIVISION M
Costs
Precedents
  • Client Care Letters
  • Costs Letters
  • Standard Orders
  • Wasted Costs
DIVISION N
Protected Parties
Precedents
  • Family Court Proceedings
    Protected Parties in the Family Courts
    Protected Parties in the Civil Courts
  • Court of Protection Proceedings
    Application for the Appointment of a Property and Affairs Deputy
    Personal Welfare Application
    Order Refusing Permission to Make a Personal Welfare
    Application
    Order Appointing a Personal Welfare Deputy
    Interim Application
    Case Management Orders
    Orders Made in Family-type Personal Welfare Cases
    Official Solicitor
    Children Act 1989 and Mental Capacity Act 2005 Joined or
    Related Cases
    Declarations
    Urgent Orders
    Discharge of Deputy
    Deprivation of Liberty
    Transparency
    Case Management Pilot
Index

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