This volume contains twenty-three contributions delivered at the CEFLAc??s second international conference which took place in Utrecht in December 2004. The interventions written by both experienced family experts as well as young researchers cover those fields of family law that are closely related to the activities of the CEFL: (1) divorce and maintenance between former spouses, (2) parental responsibilities, (3) informal long-term relationships and (4) the revised Brussels II Regulation. Furthermore, the opening two contributions deal not only with essential aspects of the harmonisation process of family law in Europe but also with the CEFLAc??s working method.A previous version of the Principle dealing with maintenance agreements stated that athe competent authority may scrutinise a maintenance agreement to safeguard ... FORM REQUIREMENT The CEFL Principles favour spousal agreements.
|Title||:||Common Core and Better Law in European Family Law|
|Publisher||:||Intersentia nv - 2005|