Claims under Schedule 1 to the Children Act 1989 Second Edition

Date added:
04 Apr 13
James Pirrie, Charlotte Bradley and Jan Ellis

With 45% of births now taking place outside of marriage, and cohabiting relationships showing high breakdown rates, practitioners will increasingly need to be familiar with regimes addressing the financial claims of the never married. Through familiarity and the greater amount of judicial guidance, most family justice professionals feel more confident dealing with divorce, and there is no denying the complexity of Schedule 1 claims. But this authoritative guide is a readable and accessible examination of the process and principles, setting out the potential interaction with the CSA, with TOLATA claims, with tax law, and with foreign jurisdictions. Updated to March 2013, this second edition sets out the many changes since its first publication, and aims to highlight the pitfalls and challenges of the area as well as laying out the routes to better practice and successful management of these difficult cases.

£55 Resolution members, £70 non-members
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