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Family law financial settlements / Peter Szabo
Bib ID 1379005
Format BookBook
Author
Szabo, Peter
 
Description South Melbourne, Vic. : Centre for Professional Development, c1991 
xii, 149 p. : forms ; 27 cm. 
ISBN 1863390529
Notes

Rev. ed. of: Understanding family law. 1984.

Includes index.

Subjects Matrimonial actions -- Australia.  |  Divorce settlements -- Australia.  |  Family courts -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Szabo, Peter. Understanding family law  |  Szabo, Peter. Understanding family law

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