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Family Law Checklists

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2003-2020
Service #: 13973573
Sub #: 13973572
Pages: 1526
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Cumulative supplement

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Family Law Checklists



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With Family Law Checklists, successfully complete domestic litigation cases by covering the full range of steps, options, and considerations. Each chapter of this definitive set begins with an overview examining the current state of the law across the country and ends with forms. The text includes:

  • Discussion of prevailing legal theories and supporting caselaw
  • Extensive checklists that fully review domestic relations law nationwide
  • Coverage of key statutes such as the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act, Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act, and Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act

This publication also examines issues such as:

  • Annulments and premarital agreements
  • Litigating contested divorces on fault and no-fault grounds
  • Privacy issues stemming from discovery
  • Separation and temporary relief
  • Treatment of family photographs and football tickets as marital property to be divided
  • Non-marital QDROs
  • Withdrawal and windup
  • Ethics and client relations
  • Temporary relief
  • Discovery
  • Separation agreements
  • Tax matters
  • Post-litigation work