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by Helen Wood (Author), Denzil Lush (Author), David Bishop (Author), Ashley Murray (Author), John Eames (Author) & 2 more. ISBN-13: 978-1846612831. The section on welfare benefits is also new and all the precedents covered are contained in the accompanying CD ROM. Scholarly, thorough and readable, this is a book designed with the needs of the busy practitioner in mind.
Cohabitation : Law, Practice and Precedents
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Additional Resources. Wood, Helen, Denzil Lush, and David Bishop, 2001. Family Law in a Nutshell. Krause, Harry . West Publishing, 1995. Ihara, Toni, Ralph Warner and Frederick Hertz, Nolo Press, 1999. DeWitt, John, Gregory, Peter N. Swisher, and Sheryl L. Wolf, LexisNexis, 2001. Unmarried Couples and the Law. Douthwaite, Graham, Allen Smith Company, 1979.
Cohabitation: Law Practice and Precedents. by Helen Wood, David Bishop, Denzil Lush. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780853084945 (978-0-85308-494-5) Hardcover, Jordan Publishing Limited, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'Cohabitation: Law Practice and Precedents'.
Author: John Eames; Denzil Lush; Ashley Murray; District Judge Helen Wood; Mark Harrop; Angharad Palin. Publisher: Family Law Publishing.
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One contributor, District Judge Helen Wood points out that lawyers are usually consulted only when a cohabiting relationship is in difficulties; either at its end or ending - and at that stage, ‘myths’ or notions of entitlement to property or finances ‘need to be exploded.