Written in conjunction with the Law Society of Ireland, Family Law is designed to give apprentice solicitors and practitioners a comprehensive understanding of current practice and procedure in the area of family law. Edited by a leading expert in the field, the manual covers many aspects of family law in Ireland, including divorce legislation and the law relating to children. The fourth edition has been fully updated to integrate legislative changes introduced bythe Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitees Act 2010. It includes revised coverage of issues such as separation agreements, judicial separation, and divorce and ancillary orders.In Holmes vMitchell  STC 25, it was held that the Inland Revenue Commissioners were entitled to find that a couple who lived as separate households under the same roof were permanently separated for tax purposes. Following thisanbsp;...
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