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Family Law for Paralegalsprovides the student with a practical guide to family law, including material that allows the student to understand the paralegal's role in the family law firm. The book is written in a manner that is readily accessible to the student and uses a variety of hands-on assignments that provide the student the opportunity to apply the knowledge gained in each chapter to real world situations. The text is divided into two parts: Part I emphasizes the legal concepts associated with Family Law; Part II introduces the student to the legal procedures associated with Family Law. The Paralegal Supersite Site
Table of Contents
|– Legal Concepts Associated with Family Law|
|Introduction to Family Law|
|Marriage and Cohabitation|
|Premarital and Cohabitation Agreements|
|Divorce and Annulment|
|Division of Property and Debts|
|Child Custody, Visitation, Child Support and Paternity|
|– Legal Procedures Associated with Family Law|
|Preparation for and Filing of Dissolution of Marriage Papers|
|Hearings and Trial|
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