Bromley's family law

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Butterworths, 1998 - Law - 929 pages
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This latest edition reflects the general trends in the development of family law, in particular the increasing emphasis upon the parent-child relationship and the diminishing significance of marriage. Therefore substantial changes have been made both to the overall structure and to the content. For example, the chapters on Divorce and Family Protection have been entirely re-written in the light of the Family Law Act 1996.

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Contents

Table of statutes
xviii
List of cases
xxxvii
Introduction
1
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Gillian Douglas is Professor of law at Cardiff University and is widely recognised as a leading authority on family law, a subject on which she has written extensively. She is also the joint case comments editor of the journal Family Law and case commentaries editor of the Child and Family Law
Quarterly. Professor Douglas is the Secretary-General of the International Society of Family Law and contributes (with Nigel Lowe) the section on international developments in family law in the Society's annual International Survey of Family Law. She is currently the Vice-Chair of Family Mediation
Cardiff, an advisor to the Marriage, Divorce and Family Workshops run by One Plus One Marriage and Partnership Research, and an Associate of the National Family and Parenting Institute.