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Domestic Torts: Civil Lawsuits Arising From Criminal Conduct Within Family Relationships, 2022 ed.

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2022
ISBN: 9781539289913
Service #: 13972798
Sub #: 13972797
Pages: 1270
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Cumulative supplement

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Domestic Torts: Civil Lawsuits Arising From Criminal Conduct Within Family Relationships, 2022 ed.

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Domestic Torts: Civil Lawsuits Arising From Criminal Conduct Within Family Relationships is a must have resource for attorneys practicing either family law or personal injury law.

Domestic torts is a relatively new but quickly exploding area of law that provides powerful legal solutions for today’s “Me too” generation of clients who want to take action after being victims of crimes, especially within the family.

Attorneys who recognize these critically important claims may capitalize on obtaining potentially multimillion-dollar judgments for their clients, which may dramatically improve the outcome of divorces in their clients favor. Attorneys who fail to properly advise their clients of these claims may risk catastrophic malpractice claims.

This title provides clear, concise discussions of the expanding law of domestic torts in all 50 states. These discussions cover:

  • Claims arising from domestic violence, sexual assault, date rape, child abuse and molestation, video voyeurism, revenge porn, fraud (including paternity fraud), alienation of affections, sexually transmitted diseases, invasion of privacy, interference in family relationships, conversion, destruction of property, murder, etc.
  • Litigation approaches
  • Likely injury types and remedies
  • Sources of recovery for damages sustained by the family member
  • Psychological profiles of perpetrators and victims
  • Theories of liability
  • Defense options
  • Potentially liable third-party defendants
  • Insurance issues