Family Law pp 126-160 | Cite as

Finance and Property on Divorce

  • Kate Standley
Part of the Macmillan Law Masters book series


The law on finance and property on divorce is laid down in Part II of the Matrimonial Causes Act (MCA) 1973 and the Family Proceedings Rules (FPR) 1991. The same rules apply to finance and property matters after nullity or judicial separation.


Pension Scheme Clean Break Original Order Periodical Payment Financial Provision 
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Further Reading

  1. Bird and Cretney, Divorce The New Law, Family Law, Jordans, 1996.Google Scholar
  2. Burrows, ‘Financial relief — case review’ [1996] Fam Law 42.Google Scholar
  3. Chatterton, ‘Pension rights on divorce: the implications of Brooks v. Brooks’ [1993]Google Scholar
  4. Fam Law 423.Google Scholar
  5. Conway, ‘The millionaire’s defence’ [1996] Fam Law 54.Google Scholar
  6. Da Costa, ‘Keeping alive the tenancy in the matrimonial home’ [1995] Fam Law 622.Google Scholar
  7. Davis, ‘The day before yesterday’ [1994] Fam Law 323.Google Scholar
  8. Hayes, ‘Cohabitation clauses in financial provision and property adjustment orders — law, policy and justice’ [1994] 110 LQR 124.Google Scholar
  9. Jackson and Wasoff, with Maclean and Emerson, ‘Financial support on divorce: the right mixture of rules and discretion’ (1993) IJLF 230.Google Scholar
  10. Legal Practice Directorate, The Law Society, Memorandum: Maintenance and Capital Provision on Divorce — Recommendations for Reform of the Law and Procedure made by the Family Law Committee, 1991.Google Scholar
  11. Martin, ‘Pensions and divorce’ [1996] Fam Law 432.Google Scholar
  12. Reed, ‘How final is a foreign divorce settlement?’ [1995] Fam Law 246.Google Scholar
  13. Salter, ‘Pensions after Brooks’ [1994] Fam Law 520.Google Scholar
  14. Walsh, ‘Whiting v. Whiting whither the clean break principle?’ [1989] Fam Law 157.Google Scholar

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© Kate Standley 1997

Authors and Affiliations

  • Kate Standley
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  1. 1.University of EssexUK

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