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Irish Child and Family Law Precedents

Author: Lyndsey Keogh BL

Publication Date: November 2023

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional Limited

Law As Stated At: 25 April 2013

Irish Child and Family Law Precedents

Irish Child and Family Law Precedents

This comprehensive and authoritative collection of precedents should be on the desk of every solicitor and barrister who handles family and child law matters. Self-contained and fully annotated, its complete coverage ranges from the simplest transaction to the most complex matter. Irish Child and Family Law subscribers automatically receive a comprehensive update twice a year. The essential coverage includes divorce, separation, pension adjustment orders, maintenance, access, motions to rule and much more.

Up to date to Issue 1, September 2023.

About the author

Lyndsey Keogh is a barrister practicing predominantly in the family law courts. She has significant experience in the District, Circuit and Superior Courts. She was the Family Law Course Co-ordinator and tutor for the Barrister at law degree programme from 2019 - 2022. Lyndsey is the Vice Chairperson of the Family Lawyers Association and the former Education Chair of the Family Lawyers Association where she was responsible for organising regular Continuous Professional Development events each month focusing on topics relating to family law. She has extensive knowledge of practice and procedure in family law across all jurisdictions having practiced almost exclusively in this area since 2013. She has a keen interest in practice and procedure. She is the author of Family Law: Practice and Procedure which is due to publish in early 2024.

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