Brookers Family Law - Family Property - Westlaw NZ

Brookers Family Law - Family Property - Westlaw NZ

Leona McWilliam, Patrick Mahony, Jacinda Rennie, Jacinta Ruru, Anna Kraack, Nicola Peart, Margaret Briggs, Jane Hunter, Stephen van Bohemen

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Brookers Family Law - Family Property is designed to give family lawyers clear and concise guidance on problems commonly faced over the organisation and division of property within relationships, when relationships end, and after death.

Brookers Family Law - Family Property also provides a practical guide for legal practitioners involved in relationship property planning and proceedings, estate and trust administration, wills, family protection and testamentary claims.

The team of authors who update this service brings together experience and knowledge both from an academic and legal practice perspective. This is used to give Brookers Family Law - Family Property a focus on providing practical assistance through outlining and analysing the steps that need to be taken by claimants, administrators and people served with proceedings.

Information is presented as a combination of narrative essays and commentary on a section-by-section basis for all important legislation.

The major changes to family property law introduced by the Property (Relationships) Amendment Act 2001 are extensively discussed and information on the Matrimonial Property Act 1976 is retained and discussed in the context of the Property (Relationships) Act 1976.

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