Family Law is an accessible, student-friendly textbook which provides a comprehensive foundation in the key topics covered by undergraduate and CPE/GDL courses. Written with clarity, Family Law offers an introduction not just to the black-letter law but also to the social, economic and historical developments that have helped to shape it, considering key academic debates and areas of controversy at the end of each chapter. Authored by a highly experienced lecturer, Family Law is structured in two parts around family law and child law, the framing areas of the common syllabus. Developed with all the latest legislative developments and case law in mind, including the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008, R (A child) , Radmacher v Granatino  and Re AR (A Child: Relocation) , this is the ideal textbook for all students of family or child law today. Student-friendly features include: outline contents at the beginning of each chapter which provide students with a context as they read bulleted summaries at the end of each chapter which highlight and reinforce the key concepts further reading lists which point students towards contemporary sources for more detailed study an introduction to the key academic debates and areas of controversy, helping students to deepen their critical evaluation of the subject a free Companion Website, which offers students the opportunity to test their own understanding and apply their knowledge to a set of hypothetical problem-based questions. In addition, revision podcasts will prove invaluable as exam time approaches.including child maintenance would have to be agreed for spouse and children if a private settlement were negotiated. ... into force in 2011 and now appear to chime with the FJR Final Report which recommends that all issues facing separating or divorcing parents ... Similarly, a guardian, or step- or adoptive parent, will qualify under the Schedule, as will an adult child over age 18 in education, providinganbsp;...
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