Family Law Handbook 2010 (Paperback)
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Short Description for Family Law Handbook 2010 The Family Law Handbook takes a highly practical approach to the essential law and procedure at the heart of family law. Using case studies, a wealth of pedagogical features, and complemented by innovative online resources, the text focuses on the law relating to relationship breakdown, money and property, children and domestic violence.
- Published: 25 January 2010
- Format: Paperback 440 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780199559596 ISBN 10: 0199559597
- Sales rank: 838,874
Full description for Family Law Handbook 2010
The Family Law Handbook takes a highly practical approach to the essential law and procedure at the heart of family law. Divided clearly into five parts, the book features comprehensive coverage of the key areas of family law: relationship breakdwon, money and property, children, and domestic violence. Throughout the text, a wealth of pedagogical features ensure that the law is put into a practical context. 'Examples' offer scenario-based snapshots of how the law might apply in a given situation, while 'Practical Considerations' sections show how the law is used by the practitioner day-to-day. Two fictional case studies are used throughout the text to show how a typical case might be run by a solicitor. Self-test questions and summary points at the end of chapters ensure that students are fully supported in their learning. Online Resource Centre A selection of online resources, all of which complement the text and can be downloaded into a Virtual Learning Environment, provide a true 'blended learning' package for students. Lecturers are able to download a bank of questions for student use, providing a resource for formative self-study or assessment. Documentation relating to the case studies featured throughout the book enables students to see the types of document they will need to work with when in practice. Links to useful statutes and guidelines are also provided, ensuring that the web site becomes an essential 'one-stop shop' for students of family law.