Family Finance in Practice


Family Finance in Practice is a practical, portable reference source on practice and procedure relating to finance proceedings in the family court.

The book contains concise, up-to-date and expert commentary on practice and procedure, as well as providing all the relevant, fully annotated statutory material necessary for conducting financial applications in family cases.

The book has been extended to include new procedural tables in Part A: Essential Procedural Information. These provide practitioners with clear, concise and up-to-date information about the documentation, practice points and timetables for each procedural step in ancillary relief and other related financial applications. Also included in Part A is a comparative table setting out the ancillary relief provisions of the Civil Partnership Act 2004 and those of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973.

Part B: Statutory Materials has been upgraded to include extensive commentary on relevant Civil Procedure Rules and Practice Directions.

Part C: contains essential financial information and tables including the Retail Price Index, the Duxbury tables, National Insurance Contributions and detailed information on child maintenance.

October 2010


Claire Wills-Goldingham Author
David di Mambro , LLB (Hons) (Lond), Ch Arb, FCI Arb Of the Middle Temple, Barrister, Fellow of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies and a member of the Civil Procedure Rule Committee Author
David Greene , MSc (Lond), FCI Arb, Solicitor of the Supreme Court, a former member of the Civil Procedure Rule Committee and a former member of the working party on Practice Directions (19972000) Author
David Lockett , MA (Oxon) FIA Actuaries for Lawyers Ltd Author
His Honour Judge Wildblood Author
Louise di Mambro , LLB (Hons) (Lond) Of the Middle Temple, Barrister; Deputy Master of Civil Appeals Author
Louise Spitz Author
Tim Webb , FIA Director, TW Pensions Consulting Ltd, Author