Butterworths Family Law Service

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Commentary

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Issue 235, November 2020

Binder 1 Relationships and their Breakdown
1E Precedents
- Chapter 1 The first interview

Binder 2 Family Courts: Jurisdiction and Procedure
2A Narrative
- Chapter 1 Jurisdiction
- Chapter 4 Costs

2E Precedents
- Chapter 1 General forms
- Chapter 3 Nullity proceedings
- Chapter 4 Divorce, civil partnership dissolution, judicial separation and separation orders: main suit
Chapter 6 Service

Binder 3(I) Children-Narrative
3A Narrative
- Chapter 2 Parentage
- Chapter 3 Parental responsibility
- Chapter 12 Secure accommodation
- Chapter 13 Care and supervision orders
- Chapter 17 Emergency protection order
- Chapter 19 Abduction of children in care or under child protection and recovery orders

Binder 3(II) Children-Narrative
3A Narrative
- Chapter 29 Special guardianship
- Chapter 31 Case management (2): FPR 2010 - overriding objective and key Practice Directions
- Chapter 32 Case management (3): preparation and procedure
- Chapter 33 Experts (1): procedural matters
- Chapter 35 Burden/standard of proof and findings of fact
- Chapter 36 Evidence: law and practice
- Chapter 37 Privilege and confidentiality
- Chapter 38 Disclosure within proceedings
- Chapter 39 Disclosure beyond proceedings
- Chapter 40 Judgment
- Chapter 41 The participation of children in proceedings: professionals involved
- Chapter 42 Children not party to proceedings
- Chapter 43 Children with automatic party status
- Chapter 44 Children made party by order of the court
- Chapter 45 Appeals
- Chapter 46 Media attendance at and reporting of children proceedings
- Chapter 47 Wardship and the inherent jurisdiction

Binder 3(III) Children-Materials
3C Statutory Instruments
- Adoption Agencies (Wales) Regulations 2005
- Family Proceedings Fees Order 2008
- Care Planning, Placement and Case Review (Wales) Regulations 2015

Binder 4(I) Property Money and Tax—Narrative
4A Narrative
- Chapter 2 Child support and financial provision for children: Child Support Act 1991 and Children Act 1989, Schedule 1
- Chapter 5 Financial remedy proceedings: pensions
- Chapter 14 Tax credits and Universal Credit

Binder 4(II) Property, Money and Tax-Materials
4C Statutory Instruments
- Working Tax Credit (Entitlement and Maximum Rate) Regulations 2002
- Tax Credits (Definition and Calculation of Income) Regulations 2002
- Child Tax Credit Regulations 2002
- Tax Credits (Income Thresholds and Determination of Rates) Regulations 2002

4E Precedents
- Chapter 1 Ownership and occupation of family property
- Chapter 2 Child support and financial provision for children
- Chapter 3 Financial provision where there are no proceedings for divorce, nullity or judicial separation
- Chapter 4 Financial provision in proceedings for divorce, nullity, or judicial separation
- Chapter 5 Financial remedy proceedings: pensions
- Chapter 6 Financial remedy proceedings: special considerations
- Chapter 7 Financial remedies: practice and procedure
- Chapter 9 Preservation of assets
- Chapter 10 Applications for financial relief in England and Wales after a foreign divorce, annulment or legal separation
- Chapter 11 Enforcement of orders

Binder 5 Human Rights and International
5A Narrative
- Chapter 3 Reciprocal enforcement in family finance
- Chapter 4 International child abduction
- Chapter 4A Recognition and enforcement of orders concerning children
- Chapter 6 Human rights and the family

Binder 6 Alternative Dispute Resolution
6A Narrative
- Chapter 1 Mediation and collaborative practice

Contributors

Jonathan Montgomery, BA, LLM, Professor of Law, University of Southampton  General editor
Michael Gration, LLB (Brunel), Barrister, 4 Paper Buildings   Editor
Grant Howell, LLB, MBA in Legal Practice, Solicitor, Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys, London   General editor
Sarah Anticoni, LLB, Solicitor, Mediator, Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys, London  Editor
Maria Wright, Solicitor  Editor
Alex Ruck Keene, Barrister, 39 Essex Chambers   Editor
Mr Justice Moor, The Honourable  Consulting editor
Agata Patyna, MSc, BA (Hons), Barrister, Doughty Street Chambers   Editor
Ellie Foster, Principal Associate Solicitor, Mills & Reeve  Editor
Aina Khan OBE, LLB, Head of Islamic & Asian Division, Duncan Lewis   Editor
Martin L Parry, LLB, Non-Practising Solicitor, Emeritus Reader in Law, University of Hull   Editor
Ruth Henke QC, 30 Park Place, Cardiff   Editor
Aidan Vine QC, BA (Oxon), MA (Cornell), Barrister, Harcourt Chambers, London and Oxford   Editor
Louise Potter, MA (Oxon), Barrister   Editor
Catherine Wood QC, Barrister, 4 Paper Buildings  Editor
Philip Booth, BA (Hons), Former Solicitor, Barrister, Park Lane, Plowden Chambers   Editor
David Emmerson OBE, Partner at Anthony Gold, Higher Rights Advocate, Accredited Mediator and Collaborative Lawyer, Deputy District Judge   Editor
Andrew Newbury, LLB, Solicitor, Partner, Hall Brown, Manchester   Editor
The Honourable Mr Justice Williams   Editor
Teertha Gupta QC, LLB (Leeds), Barrister, Inner Temple   Editor
David Salter, MA, LLM, Deputy High Court Judge and Recorder   Editor
Eleanor Harding, Judge of The First Tier Tribunal   Editor
Alex Verdan QC, Barrister, Head of Chambers, 4 Paper Buildings   Editor
Helen Conway, District Judge  Editor
PM Bromley, MA, Barrister, Emeritus Professor of English Law, Manchester University   Founding editor
David Josiah-Lake, LLB, Solicitor, Josiah-Lake Gardiner LLP, London  Editor