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New York Matrimonial Law and Practice, 2020-2021 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Lawyers Cooperative Publishing
Copyright: 2020
Service #: 13509717
Sub #: 13509718
Pages: 3400
Shelf Space: 6 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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New York Matrimonial Law and Practice is a multivolume set designed to help you meet the legal and financial objectives of your clients in cases of marital separation, divorce, maintenance, child custody, property division, and related tax and financial matters.

In addition to furnishing in-depth discussion of substantive state law, this guide focuses on the details of how to handle all phases of a matrimonial dispute, from the initial consultation and negotiation to litigation and posttrial motions. The author also provides considerable procedural guidance; by using a practical, step-by-step format, he lays out what information is relevant to your case, making it easy to find answers quickly and precisely. You'll find discussion of such fundamental topics as:

  • Divorce grounds and defenses
  • Administration of equitable distribution cases
  • Pensions, businesses, and degrees
  • Special relief
  • Motion and trial practice
  • Modification and enforcement of awards
  • Handling expert witnesses
  • New York's Equitable Distribution Law