The International Family Law Practice 2016-2017
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Why should you buy The International Family Law Practice 2016-2017
As a consequence of the increased mobility of families between different countries, family lawyers are now frequently faced with international issues arising in their cases. This major practitioner reference work provides comprehensive coverage of the international elements of English law, and includes all relevant source material, thereby providing an indispensable guide for solicitors, barristers and the judiciary to this rapidly expanding area of law and practice.
Table of contents
•Introduction and Practice/Case Management
•European Imperative in International Family Law
•Recognition of Foreign Marriages and Divorces
•Same-sex and Cohabitation Relationships
•Stays in the UK, Europe and Worldwide
•Domicile, Residence and Nationality
•Financial Provision after an Overseas Divorce: MFPA 1984, Part III
•International Injunctions and Protective Orders
•Enforcement and Registration of Financial Orders
•Trusts and Corporate Interests
•International Children Issues
•Applications to Take Children Abroad
•Care and Placement Proceedings Involving International Families
•Affidavits, Statements of Truth and Apostilles
•Cross-border Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR)
•Distinctive Aspects of Islamic Law
•International Judicial Collaboration
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