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Description - The Civil Partnership Act 2004 by Paul Mallender

This authoritative guide to the Civil Partnership Act 2004 is written by Paul Mallender and Jane Rayson, two family law barristers with a combined practice experience of over fifty years. The Civil Partnership Act 2004: A Practical Guide provides clear, concise explanations of the new legislation. The book covers the lifetime of a relationship, from entering into the civil partnership, its consequences in terms of financial and family arrangements, to practical guidance on how the partnership is dissolved and the consequences of breakdown and death.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780521617925
ISBN-10: 0521617928
Format: Paperback
(228mm x 152mm x 22mm)
Pages: 354
Imprint: Cambridge University Press
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publish Date: 27-Oct-2005
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Paul Mallender

Paul Mallender is a specialist in family work in the High Court and in all other jurisdictions. His work includes Children Act and child support cases, ancillary relief, judicial separation, nullity, wardship and child abuse. He appears regularly for several local authorities as well as for parents of children in public law cases. His main area of practice is, however, ancillary relief. Jane Rayson was called to the Bar in 1982 and is head of chambers at 2, Gray's Inn Square. She practises exclusively in family law and her work is (broadly) divided equally between children and ancillary relief. Jane is a trustee of the Bar Pro Bono Unit and sits on its management committee. She is a member of the Family Law Bar Association and the International Bar Association.