Why Should you buy Family Law Precedents Service
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.
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"its first main and obvious benefit is that it deals exclusively with family law. This makes it refreshingly simple to navigate ... the comprehensive section on enforcement is a gem" Family Law journal
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Editors and Contributors
General Editor: The Honourable Mr Justice Keehan, Family Division Liaison Judge of the Midland Circuit
Consultant Editor: Michael Horton, Barrister, Coram Chambers; current member of the Family Procedure Rule Committee
Contributors: Ellie Foster, Principal Associate Solicitor, Mills & Reeve LLP, Leeds, Manchester, Cambridge, Norwich, Birmingham and London; Robert Hill, Recorder, Deputy District Judge and Regional Costs Judge, North Eastern Circuit; Former District Judge and former member of the Civil Procedure Rules Committee; Susan Jackson, District Judge, Central London County Court, Nominated Judge of the Court of Protection; Marc Marin, District Judge, Barnet Civil and Family Court Centre, Nominated Judge of the Court of Protection; Lisa Phillips, Solicitor Advocate, Switalskis Solicitors, Leeds; Nicola Rowlings, Professional Support Lawyer, Mills & Reeve LLP, Leeds, Manchester, Cambridge, Norwich, Birmingham and London
Table of contents
Issue 43, March 2019
We have pleasure in enclosing Issue 43 to Family Law Precedents Service. This issue contains amendments to Divisions A (Main Applications); B (Further Applications in the Main Application); C (Financial Orders); D (Miscellaneous Applications); E (Children); F (Inheritance); G (Injunctions); I (Cohabitation); J (Experts); K (Enforcement); L (Appeals); and M (Costs).
- Procedural Guides and Precedents
- Petitions and Answers in the Main Suit
- Further Pleadings and Applications in the Main Suit
- Financial Remedies
- Originating Applications
- Trusts of Land