Product details

Practice area: 
Family law
Jurisdiction: 
Canada
Publication date: 
2022-10-19
ISBN: 
9781668702765

Annual Review of Family Law, 2021-2022, Hardbound book

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Annual Review of Family Law, 2021 to 2022 is the everyday reference of choice for thousands of busy family law practitioners. Packed with concise, forthright analyses of the cases that have shaped the law, particularly in the last year, it's the first place you'll turn to when researching an issue, drafting an agreement, framing an argument or tracking the latest legislative developments. Annual Review of Family Law covers select topics of interest for family law practitioners, such as:

  • Children's Law — decision-making responsibility, contact orders, parenting orders, parenting time, variation, assessments and enforcement.
  • Child Support — standing, entitlement, the guidelines, enforcement, appeals, jurisdiction and costs.
  • Spousal Support — entitlement, duration, quantum, variation, appeals, costs and enforcement.
  • Family Property — division, deductions and inclusions, equalization, matrimonial home and appeals.
  • Domestic Contracts — effect, validity, enforcement, interpretation and income tax.

New in this Edition:

  • Numerous procedural changes relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly in relation to the lifting of restrictions by the courts and movement towards a “new normal.”
  • Significantly updated and enhanced commentary in all chapters.
  • Literally hundreds of new and updated case law references (and removal of old decisions), including numerous new Court of Appeal decisions from across Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada decisions in Richardson v. Richardson, 2021 SCC 36, 2021 CarswellOnt 14328 (S.C.C.) (custody and access), B.J.T. v. J.D., 2022 SCC 24, 2022 CarswellPEI 31 (S.C.C.) (child’s best interests), Colucci v. Colucci, 2021 SCC 24, 2021 CarswellOnt 8004 (S.C.C.) (child support) and Kreke v. Alansari, 2021 SCC 50, 2021, 2021 CarswellSask 679 (S.C.C.) (spousal support; custody and access).

Annual Review of Family Law, 2021-2022, Hardbound book

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Annual Review of Family Law, 2021 to 2022 is the everyday reference of choice for thousands of busy family law practitioners. Packed with concise, forthright analyses of the cases that have shaped the law, particularly in the last year, it's the first place you'll turn to when researching an issue, drafting an agreement, framing an argument or tracking the latest legislative developments. Annual Review of Family Law covers select topics of interest for family law practitioners, such as:

  • Children's Law — decision-making responsibility, contact orders, parenting orders, parenting time, variation, assessments and enforcement.
  • Child Support — standing, entitlement, the guidelines, enforcement, appeals, jurisdiction and costs.
  • Spousal Support — entitlement, duration, quantum, variation, appeals, costs and enforcement.
  • Family Property — division, deductions and inclusions, equalization, matrimonial home and appeals.
  • Domestic Contracts — effect, validity, enforcement, interpretation and income tax.

New in this Edition:

  • Numerous procedural changes relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly in relation to the lifting of restrictions by the courts and movement towards a “new normal.”
  • Significantly updated and enhanced commentary in all chapters.
  • Literally hundreds of new and updated case law references (and removal of old decisions), including numerous new Court of Appeal decisions from across Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada decisions in Richardson v. Richardson, 2021 SCC 36, 2021 CarswellOnt 14328 (S.C.C.) (custody and access), B.J.T. v. J.D., 2022 SCC 24, 2022 CarswellPEI 31 (S.C.C.) (child’s best interests), Colucci v. Colucci, 2021 SCC 24, 2021 CarswellOnt 8004 (S.C.C.) (child support) and Kreke v. Alansari, 2021 SCC 50, 2021, 2021 CarswellSask 679 (S.C.C.) (spousal support; custody and access).