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Family Law in Australia - 7th Edition

by: Young, L; Monahan, G

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Retail Price: $159.00

Publisher: Lexis Nexis,31.10.09

Category: LAW - Business & Corporate Level:

ISBN: 0409326402
ISBN13: 9780409326406

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The ideal textbook for students of family law.

The seventh edition of Family Law in Australia identifies the underlying principles of family law by examining the historical, social and legal background to the present law. The text examines the evolution of family law in its contemporary context and critically evaluates patterns of past and future reforms. Family Law in Australia is aimed principally at a scholarly and vocational study in law, but will also be of interest and assistance to practitioners in the field of relationships, parenting and children.

Important Features:
Coverage of new legislation including the Family Law Amendment (Shared Parental Responsibility) Act 2006 and the Family Law Amendment (De Facto Financial Matters and Other Measures) Act 2008 and other recent cases applying the new parenting laws
Analysis of the major changes to the child support scheme
New cases including Goode v Goode [2006], Miller v Miller, Magill v Magill [2006], McFarlane v McFarlane [2006], Sampson v Hartnett [2007]