Family Law (Law Society Of Ireland Manuals) (Paperback)

[Geoffrey Shannon] | 400 pages.

Published by OUP Oxford on 29 Nov. 2007.

Family Law is part of the Law Society of Ireland series of manuals, which provides students with detailed but accessible accounts of the key areas a solicitor will deal with in practice.

It has been written by practitioners and Law Society of Ireland lecturers to give apprentice solicitors and practitioners a comprehensive understanding of current practice and procedure in the area of family law. Edited by a leading expert in the field, the manual contains coverage of many aspects of family law in Ireland including divorce legislation and the law of children.

The third edition has been fully updated to include revised coverage of seperation agreements, ancillary orders and the law of the unmarried family. Divorce coverage has also been fully revised to include a retrospective look at significant developments in the past decade. Although designed with apprentice and newly-qualified solicitors in mind, the manual is also a useful reference for undergraduate students and practitioners.

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