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New Zealand Property Relationship survey 2019 Grant Thornton New Zealand Ltd, Family Law Section, New Zealand Law Society, Kirsty Swadling (Chair)

Contributor(s): Swadling, Kirsty [Chair, Family Law Section] | Shaw, Jay [Partner, Grant Thornton New Zealand] | Grant Thornton New Zealand | Family Law Section, New Zealand Law Society.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Grant Thornton New Zealand New Zealand Law Society, 2019Description: electronic document (44 page) ; PDF file.Subject(s): FAMILIES | FAMILY COURT | FAMILY LAW | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | LAW REFORM | LEGISLATION | PROPERTY (RELATIONSHIPS) ACT 1976 | SEPARATION | SURVEYS | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Read Lawtalk summary | 2017 survey Summary: The 2019 New Zealand Relationship Property Survey asked family lawyers about issues and trends impacting both their practise of relationship property law and the people they advise. Ipsos, an independent market research organisation, conducted the fieldwork. A total of 253 practitioners completed the survey. This survey builds on the initial survey undertaken two years ago and helps the profession and its stakeholders to understand what is happening in this area. (From the document). Record #6456
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The 2019 New Zealand Relationship Property Survey asked family lawyers about issues and trends impacting both their practise of relationship property law and the people they advise.

Ipsos, an independent market research organisation,
conducted the fieldwork.

A total of 253 practitioners completed the survey.

This survey builds on the initial survey undertaken two years ago and helps the profession and its stakeholders to understand what is happening in this area. (From the document). Record #6456

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