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Mastering Adoption Law and Policy,9781594606199

Mastering Adoption Law and Policy

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9781594606199

ISBN10:
1594606196
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/30/2014
Publisher(s):
Carolina Academic Pr
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This title is the first of its kind¿it is a deskbook detailing the intricacies of U.S. domestic adoption law and policy. This deskbook is geared for use as a reference by the adoption law attorney, adoption professional, and law students. This book, written in clear and concise language, provides an in-depth discussion and analysis of adoption law. In addition to 14 chapters addressing the most critical topics of adoption law and policy (including, for example, consent, ICWA and TRA), the guide offers a chart of the current statutes from all 50 states, a detailed bibliography, a discussion of key Federal legislation, and much more. This book is a must have for all family law attorneys in general, and all adoption attorneys and adoption professionals in particular.


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