Bromley's family law
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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accommodation Adoption Act 1976 adoption order application appointment authority Causes Act 1973 Child Abduction child's welfare Children Act 1989 circumstances cohabitants common law consent consider contact order County Council county court Court of Appeal court order custody decision decree Department of Health's discussed post divorce duty entitled evidence example Fam Law Family Law Act Family Proceedings favour granted guardian habitual residence harm Health's Guidance held High Court House of Lords husband Ibid interest issue jurisdiction Law Commission leave living London Borough Council magistrates Marriage Act Marriage Act 1949 married Matrimonial Causes Act matrimonial home Minor mother nullity paras parental responsibility parties person principle prohibited steps protection reasonable refused regard Report residence order respect satisfied Section spouse statutory supervision order supra surrogacy tenant trust United Kingdom unmarried father voidable marriage ward ward of court wardship wife