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Australian master family law guide 2019 / by CCH Australia

By: CCH Australia.
Publisher: North Ryde, NSW : CCH Australia, 2019Edition: 10th ed.Description: 1148 p. ; 1 electronic resource.ISBN: 9781925672329.Subject(s): Property law | Australia | Family relationships | Family lawOnline resources: Download as an eBook
Contents:
FAMILY LAW LEGAL SYSTEM & PRACTICE: Commonwealth, states, family law legislation and courts -- Legal practice matters: client interview and drafting affidavits -- Divorce. CHILDREN: Shared parental responsibility -- Dispute resolution and family relationship centres -- Parenting orders, plans and guidelines -- Principles the court must consider when conducting child-related proceedings -- Major long-term issues -- Child abduction -- Order enforcement and non-compliance in children's cases -- Children and relationship factors -- Surrogacy. PROPERTY: Property -- Maintenance -- Bankruptcy and third parties -- Corporations and trusts -- Taxation considerations -- Property orders -- Superannuation. FINANCIAL AGREEMENTS: Financial agreements. FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN: Child support and maintenance. DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS: De facto relationships. COURT PROCESS, EVIDENCE AND COSTS: Evidence -- Court procedure -- Costs.
Summary: Provides commentary on principles and developments in Australian family law. Contains case law and legislation updated to 1 September 2019.
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FAMILY LAW LEGAL SYSTEM & PRACTICE: Commonwealth, states, family law legislation and courts -- Legal practice matters: client interview and drafting affidavits -- Divorce. CHILDREN: Shared parental responsibility -- Dispute resolution and family relationship centres -- Parenting orders, plans and guidelines -- Principles the court must consider when conducting child-related proceedings -- Major long-term issues -- Child abduction -- Order enforcement and non-compliance in children's cases -- Children and relationship factors -- Surrogacy. PROPERTY: Property -- Maintenance -- Bankruptcy and third parties -- Corporations and trusts -- Taxation considerations -- Property orders -- Superannuation. FINANCIAL AGREEMENTS: Financial agreements. FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN: Child support and maintenance. DE FACTO RELATIONSHIPS: De facto relationships. COURT PROCESS, EVIDENCE AND COSTS: Evidence -- Court procedure -- Costs.

Provides commentary on principles and developments in Australian family law. Contains case law and legislation updated to 1 September 2019.

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