Relationship Dissolution, 2nd Edition

Relationship Dissolution, 2nd edition, contains all the information a practitioner needs to know when advising a client dealing with a relationship break-up.

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Relationship Dissolution, 2nd edition, contains all the information a practitioner needs to know when advising a client dealing with a relationship break-up. Whether a marriage or de facto relationship, this text contains information on the law relating to:

 

• dissolution
• division of property
• economic disparity
• debts
• changes in assets and liabilities after separation
• division of property on death of one partner
• maintenance
• child support
• international aspects of property, child support and spousal maintenance
• proceedings under the Property (Relationships) Act 1976

 

The content of this book is taken from the highly popular LexisNexis looseleaf services Fisher on Matrimonial and Relationship Property and Family Law Service. It contains comprehensive coverage of a wide range of topics and includes the most relevant and recent case law as well as detailed discussion of the issues and references to other publications, case law and statutes.

 

This review was first published in LawTalk 844, 20 June 2014

 

Related LexisNexis Titles
Atkin, Caldwell, Clarkson & Henaghan, Family Law in New Zealand, 16th ed, 2014
Atkin & Parker, Relationship Property in New Zealand, 2nd ed, 2009
Butterworths Legislation Series, Family Law Legislation, 15th ed 2013
Henaghan & Atkin, Family Law Policy in New Zealand, 4th ed, 2012

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Table of contents

Family Law Service Extracts
Dissolution
Maintenance
Child Support
International aspects of property, child support and spousal maintenance;
Fisher on Matrimonial and Relationship Property Extracts
Division of Relationship Property
Economic Disparity
Separate Property
Debts
Changes after Separation
Division Where Spouse or Partner Dies
Jurisdiction, Orders and Implementation
Proceedings Under the Property (Relationships) Act 1976.


Appendix: Family Proceedings Forms