The new edition of Rayden and Jackson focusses on the needs of the practitioner. Volume 1 deals comprehensively with the law of relationship breakdown and the financial applications that flow from those breakdowns: the substantive law, the procedural law and inter-jurisdictional matters. The Family Procedure Rules 2010 are analysed and explored and the ever-developing case law is set out in the text. The new looseleaf format ensures that practitioners are kept up to date in an ever-developing area.
Volume 2 is a one-stop resource for practitioners, judges and scholars. Comprehensive, authoritative, practical and easily accessible, the Volume brings together statutes, procedural rules, case-law and analysis in self-contained sections and covers all areas of family law relating to children, including international aspects, local authority duties, appeal and costs.
Rayden and Jackson will be updated four times a year.