PART ONE: INTRODUCTION ; 1. Family law practice and the first interview ; 2. Public funding ; 3. Alternative dispute resolution in family law ; PART TWO: RELATIONSHIP BREAKDOWN ; 4. Judicial separation and nullity ; 5. Divorce ; 6. Defences to divorce ; 7. Jurisdiction ; 8. Procedure for a matrimonial order ; 9. Civil Partnership Act 2004 ; 10. Dissolution of a civil partnership ; PART THREE: MONEY AND PROPERTY ; 11. Financial orders following divorce or dissolution ; 12. Financial orders ; 13. Pre-marital agreements ; 14. Procedure for financial orders ; 15. Variation, collection and enforcement of financial orders ; 16. Protecting assets and the family home in financial order procedings ; 17. Separation and maintenance agreements ; 18. Child support ; 19. Pensions in financial proceedings ; 20. Taxation in family law ; 21. Welfare benefits ; PART FOUR: COHABITATION ; 22. Cohabitation ; 23. Cohabitation and finance ; PART FIVE: CHILDREN ; 24. Introduction to the Children Act 1989 ; 25. Parental responsibility ; 26. Private children law ; 27. Private children law and procedure ; 28. Child abduction ; 29. Children in local authority care ; 30. Emergency protection of children ; 31. Public children procedure ; 32. Case conferences ; PART SIX: DOMESTIC ABUSE ; 33. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: non-molestation orders ; 34. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: occupation orders ; 35. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: emergency protection and enforcement ; 36. Protection under the Family Law Act 1996: procedure ; 37. Protection from harrassment
Jane Sendall is a non-practising solicitor and lecturer at Durham University. She has extensive experience of teaching family law to LPC students.