Principles of Family Law by S. M. Cretney & J. M. Masson is just one of the books that I managed to get listed today! London: Sweet & Maxwell, 1990, Paperback.
From the cover: Now in its fifth edition, this has been extensively revised and updated. The chapters on the law relating to children have been completely rewritten to take account of the Children Act 1989 and changes in practice following the Cleveland Report. The material on the new law is integrated with discussion of research evidence on child care practice. Full coverage is given in Principles of Family Law to the fundamental changes in the law governing the financial consequences of relationship breakdown and to social security implications. The treatment of domestic violence has been completely rewritten and the conflict between the state and the family unit is thoroughly explored.
Very Good. Gently rubbed at the edges of the spine and wraps. Light reading creases to the spine. Text bright and tight.
750 pages. Index. Bibliography. Trade Paperback (9¼” x 6″).