Butterworths Scottish Family Law Service
Butterworths Scottish Family Law Service provides a single source of reference on all aspects of the law as it affects married and unmarried partners and their children.
Butterworths Scottish Family Law Service provides a single source of reference on all aspects of the law as it affects married and unmarried partners and their children. It concentrates on those matters of real and constant concern to the practitioner - the consequences of marriage breakdown, such as care of children, distribution of assets and associated problems with taxation, and social security.
Its coverage of the law relating to children rivals that of specialist works, and includes substantial sections on, inter alia, adoption, children's hearings and child support. The law and practice of family law continue to develop at such a pace that only an efficient looseleaf work can succeed in keeping practitioners up-to-date.
It also allows for sections to be expanded and for new sections to be added as necessitated by changes in the law. Butterworths Scottish Family Law Service is updated four times a year, enabling subscribers to keep abreast of all developments in the law.
One looseleaf volume, four service issues per year (invoiced separately on publication).
Table of contents
PART A MARRIED COUPLES; Getting married; Matrimonial property; Domestic violence; Miscellaneous consequences of marriage; Separation; Divorce and nullity; Death of spouse; Civil partnerships; PART B COHABITING COUPLES; Introduction; Property rights and children; Remedies on termination of relationship; Cohabitation contracts; Death of a cohabitant; PART C CHILDREN; Glossary of terms; Parentage of children; Child Support; Parental responsibilities and parental rights; International aspects of the law relating to parental responsibilities and rights; Guardianship; Other consequences of the parent-child relationship; Capacity of children; Adoption; Fostering, residential care and child minding; Local authority duties to children including looked-after children, parental responsibilities orders and permanence orders; Children’s hearings; Protection of children of service families Legitimacy and legitimation; Succession; Taxation and children; Education; PART D ENFORCEMENT; 1 Scottish Diligence; 2 International aspects of maintenance and capital awards; 3 Service abroad of judicial and extra-judicial documents; PART F STYLES; PART G CONTACTS LIST; PART H STATE BENEFITS; Introduction; Earnings-replacement benefits; Income-related benefits; ‘Extra costs’ benefits; People in special circumstances; Administration of benefits; Information resources, advice and representation; Part I CROSS-BORDER JURISDICTION; Introduction, Adults, Children, Maintenance and property consequences of adult relationships