Family Finance in Practice 2011 eBook
Family Finance in Practice 2011 eBook is a practical, portable reference source on practice and procedure relating to finance proceedings in the family court.
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Now available in eBook format, Family Finance in Practice is a practical, portable reference source on practice and procedure relating to finance proceedings in the family court.
Ideal for the family finance specialist, the book contains concise, up-to-date and expert commentary on practice and procedure, as well as providing all the relevant statutory material necessary for conducting financial applications on the breakdown of a family, fully annotated.