Why should you buy The International Survey of Family Law: 2012 Edition
The International Survey of Family Law is the International Society of Family Law's annual review of developments in family law across the world. The 2012 edition covers developments in over 20 countries written by leading academics and family law experts. Each article is accompanied by a French language abstract.
The 2012 Survey contains contributions from a diverse selection of countries where there have been important developments in family law, including:
- A New Children's Law in Botswana
- Present Legislation on Adoption in China and its Reform Proposals
- The Rules on the Administration of Community Property in Poland
- Reform of Maintenance and Divorce Laws in Samoa
- Critical Views on the Performance of Foster Care in Slovenia
- The Sri Lankan General Law of Marriage
- Premarital Agreements in the United States
Table of contents
Members of The International Society of Family Law
History of The International Society of Family Law
Australia Reflections on the Shared Parenting Experience
Botswana A New Children’s Law in Botswana: Reshaping Family Relations for the Twenty-First Century
Canada Tourist Marriages, Separation Agreements and Polygamy
England and Wales I Want to Go Home – Parent and Child Relocation Outside the Jurisdiction
France A Chronicle of Family Law in 2011
Hungary Partnerships in Hungary in the Blight of the New Legal Developments: Status or Contract?
India Missing Children in India: Suggestions, Remedies and Solutions
Ireland A Softening of the Marital Family Paradigm?
Japan Child Custody Issues at the Time of Divorce – From the Point of View of Japanese Family Law
Macedonia The Legal Regulation of Nonmarital Cohabitation in Macedonian Family Law
Malawi Child Care, Protection and Justice Act: Merging Customary Family Law?
Malaysia Rights of Children: Future Challenges in Malaysia
The Netherlands Something Old, Something New, Something International and Something Askew
New Zealand The Changing Politics of Family Law in New Zealand
Poland The Rules on the Administration of Community Property in Poland
Samoa Reform of Maintenance and Divorce Laws in Samoa: Appropriate for the ‘Aiga’?
Serbia Challenges of the Modern Family – Draft Civil Code of Serbia Relating to Family Law Relations
Slovenia Critical Views on the Performance of Foster Care in Slovenia
South Africa Kinship Care and Cash Grants: In Search of Sustainable Solutions for
Children Living with Members of their Extended Families in South Africa
Sri Lanka The Sri Lankan General Law of Marriage: Dutch, Victorian or Indigenous
Sweden Parental Influence – More and Less
Switzerland New Swiss Code of Civil Procedure: Special Proceedings in Matrimonial and Family Law Matters
Uganda Widow Inheritance in Uganda
United States Premarital Agreements in the United States