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Financial Provision on Divorce and Dissolution of Civil Partnerships
Financial Provision on Divorce and Dissolution of Civil Partnerships
2nd Edition
ISBN:  9780414035539
Published by:  W. Green
Publication Date:  31 Oct 2018
Format:  Hardback
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This new edition remains the essential, fingertip guide to all major financial provisions on divorce, comprising extracts from authorities on the subject with examples of how it operates in practice.

Financial Provisions on Divorce is a convenient and practical text, easy to use and includes reference to pertinent quotes from the key authorities, linked to the relevant case law. This text looks at all the new legislation in this area and covers the increasingly important topic of pension sharing. With everything you need for advising clients in one place, this title is extremely helpful and saves valuable time spent on detailed research.

CONTENTS
Introduction

An Overview of Financial Provisions

Section 8 – The Orders
Orders for Payment of a Capital Sum
Transfer of Property Orders
Periodical Allowance
Pension Lump Sums
Pension Sharing Orders
Incidental Orders
Section 9 – The Principles
Fair Sharing of Matrimonial Property
Fair Account of Economic Advantages and Disadvantages
Sharing the Future Child Care Burden
Adjustment to Loss of Support
Serious Financial Hardship
Conduct
“Special Circumstances”
The terms of any agreement between the parties
The source of funds or assets
Destruction, Dissipation or Alienation
The Nature and Use of Property
Liability for Expense of Valuation or Transfer
Other special circumstances
Interim Aliment

Orders for Provision of Details of Resources

Orders made after Divorce
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