Q & A Family Law 2009 and 2010

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This book explains how to successfully tackle the sort of problems and essay questions typically found in Family Law exam papers in England and Wales. No matter how good your research and study skills, the ultimate test for the law student is the exam. The authors clearly guide students through the process of planning and structuring answers, providing advice on what to include, and on what to leave out.

The book contains 50 questions and model answers divided into chapters ...

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Overview


This book explains how to successfully tackle the sort of problems and essay questions typically found in Family Law exam papers in England and Wales. No matter how good your research and study skills, the ultimate test for the law student is the exam. The authors clearly guide students through the process of planning and structuring answers, providing advice on what to include, and on what to leave out.

The book contains 50 questions and model answers divided into chapters covering all major topics of Family Law in England and Wales. Each chapter begins with an introduction focusing on important points and ends with suggestions for further reading. Each question is supported by clear commentary indicating exactly what examiners are looking for, followed by an answer plan listing the key points to cover.

Online Resource Centre

An Online Resource Centre accompanies the book, providing revision and exam advice, links to useful websites, and a glossary to develop students' understanding of subject-specific terms.

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Meet the Author

Penny Booth is Professor of Child and Family Law at Staffordshire University. Chris Barton is a former Honorary Professor of Family Law at Staffordshire University. Mary Hibbs is a former Honorary Visiting Fellow in Law at Staffordshire University.

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Table of Contents

1: Introduction: technique for exams and coursework
2: Family law: co-habitation, weddings, and marriage
3: Nullity
4: Divorce and judicial separation
5: Domestic violence
6: Children: general principles, status, and wardship
7: Assisted reproduction
8: Adoption
9: Children: private ordering
10: Children and the local authority
11: International child abduction
12: Property rights
13: Ancillary financial relief for adults: the courts
14: Child support: the state and the court
15: Putting it all together
1. Introduction: technique for exams and coursework

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