The Handbook of Separation and Divorce

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Acknowledgements

It is inevitable that a book which describes areas of law which there is no space to discuss in detail will contain errors of commission and omission. I hope they will not change the balance of any part of the book in a material way. It should be unnecessary to add that any errors that remain are my responsibility.

I owe thanks to the Solicitors Family Law Association for permission to reprint the list of courts in England and Wales which have divorce jurisdiction. I have to thank Gordon Gibb for check-ing Chapter 3.I am also grateful to the Law Society for permission to reproduce its guidance to solicitors in relation to the pension information and questionnaire reproduced in Appendix 4.

My particular gratitude is due to Gareth Morgan of Dodona for his chapter on benefits and for all the help he and his colleague Clive Trott have given me in writing the chapter on maintenance of children. Their knowledge of the interstices of Department of Social Security and Child Support regulations is unrivalled.

-viii-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - Is Your Divorce Really Necessary? 7
  • Chapter 2 - First Steps 11
  • Chapter 3 - Paying for Legal Advice and Representation 20
  • Chapter 4 - Separation 27
  • Chapter 5 - Emergency Remedies 31
  • Chapter 6 - The Divorce Process 37
  • Chapter 7 - Financial Applications 47
  • Chapter 8 - Insolvency 61
  • Chapter 9 - Housing and Property 74
  • Chapter 10 - Benefits for Divorced and Separated People 82
  • Chapter 11 - Maintenance of Children 98
  • Chapter 12 - Pensions and Insurance 109
  • Chapter 13 - Foreign Element 117
  • Chapter 14 - Mediation 122
  • Chapter 15 - The Mechanics of Settlement 129
  • Chapter 16 - Death and Taxes 135
  • Chapter 17 - Enforcement of Court Orders 143
  • Appendix 1 149
  • Appendix 2 150
  • Appendix 3 153
  • Appendix 4 169
  • Appendix 5 176
  • References 222
  • Organisations and Helplines 224
  • Index 226
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