This Practice Note provides an introduction to claims that may be made by cohabitants under Scottish law by virtue of the statutory scheme contained in sections 25 to 29 of the Family Law (Scotland) Act 2006 (FL(S)A 2006), including claims on separation or death. It considers matters of jurisdiction, orders that may be made by the Scottish courts and the approach to such claims.
This Practice Note provides an introduction to financial provision claims that may be made by spouses and civil partners under Scottish law by virtue of the Family Law (Scotland) Act 1985 (FL(S)A 1985), and sets out the principles and factors to be considered by the court when making orders for financial provision on divorce or dissolution in Scotland.
This Practice Note provides an introduction to private children proceedings in Scotland, including as to parental responsibilities and rights and how they may be acquired, the appointment of a guardian, orders that may be made by the court under the Children (Scotland) Act 1995 and matters the court must have regard to. It also considers the jurisdiction of the Scottish courts in private children proceedings and procedure in both the sheriff court and the Court of Session.
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