Hotten & Ho: Family Law Practice and Procedure (Student)
Authors: Keith Hotten, Dennis Ho
Family Law Practice and Procedure in Hong Kong is the perfect companion for LLB and JD family law students seeking to understand all main areas of general family law.
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Family Law Practice and Procedure in Hong Kong covers all causes of action that arise in the family law context. It is aimed at LLB and JD family law students, who will find that the book covers all the main areas of general family law, but it is also written with a practical bias and addresses all the issues students will need to understand in order to master the subject at PCLL level. The book offers essential, practical guidance on approaching all current issues in family law, including marriage and divorce, child custody and access disputes, ancillary relief and financial dispute resolution, child abduction and adoption under the Hague conventions as well as domestic violence, injunctions, appeals and family law remedies generally.
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