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The Divorce Trial Manual

Author : Lynne Z. Gold-Bikin
ISBN : 1590312376
Genre : Law
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This concise guide is a complete roadmap through a divorce trail from the initial interview to trial preparation to the closing argument.

The Complete Guide To Divorce Practice

Author : Larry Rice
ISBN : 1590315537
Genre : Law
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This book is so easy to use. It is arranged in the natural order of the divorce experience. It starts with the clients, follows through with the interview, proceeds through trial and ends with prenuptial agreements.

How To Build And Manage A Family Law Practice

Author : Mark A. Chinn
ISBN : 1590316959
Genre : Law
File Size : 81. 43 MB
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Tips, strategies, tactics, forms, and real-word advice for starting - or building - a family law practice. Written by a successful and happy family lawyer, this book explains the skills and knowledge necessary to thrive in a challenging area of the law. It takes a no-nonsense approach in explaining the most critical issues for developing a successful career. Examples and practice tips show how to gain experience, understand the business aspects of a practice, develop and maintain the ideal client mix, and manage staff and finances. CD-ROM with forms and related materials.

One Hundred And One Plus Practical Solutions For The Family Lawyer

Author : Gregg M. Herman
ISBN : 1604425075
Genre : Business & Economics
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This compendium of practical advice is gathered from family law professionals, including lawyers, judges, CPAs, and psychologists, who share their real-world experience in a concise chapter. Even better, a bonus CD-ROM contains forms, agreements, charts, and checklists. Other time-saving tools include financial charts and hypotheses, questions to ask, and interview forms and checklists. Topics include fees, custody, discovery, trial techniques, support, avoiding malpractice, discovery, premarital agreements, valuation, settlement, and evidence.

The Military Divorce Handbook

Author : Mark E. Sullivan
ISBN : 1590316584
Genre : Law
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This new and comprehensive book will give you exactly what you need to understand and comply with the law. It provides an overview of the provisions for the new Bankruptcy Reform Act including new sanctions provisions in Chapter 7 cases; regulation of attorneys as debt relief agencies; heightened requirements for reaffirmation agreements.

Forms Checklists And Procedures For The Family Lawyer

Author : Mark A. Chinn
ISBN : 1616320214
Genre : Law
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The Forensic Accounting Deskbook

Author : Miles Mason
ISBN : 1614380635
Genre : Law
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Making complex accounting terminology easy to understand, this book provides an introduction to the core financial concepts in divorce, such as asset identification, classification and valuation, income determination, and expenses. In clear, accessible language, this book offers step-by-step guidance while also exploring strategic concerns appropriate for high-asset and high-conflict cases. It connects the dots among the interrelated topics of subpoena practice, accounting, depositions, methodology, financial statements, tax returns, testimony, expert reports, and how to effectively use financial data obtained in discovery.

Lee S North Carolina Family Law

Author : Suzanne Reynolds
ISBN : 6642802306
Genre : Law
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Pet Law And Custody

Author : Barbara J. Gislason
ISBN : 1634258924
Genre : Law
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Providing legal, scientific, social, and ethical information on how the law affects pets, this compelling and compassionate book is a useful resource for lawyers and for anyone interested in the welfare and legal rights of animals. Author Barbara J. Gislason takes an in-depth look at the complicated subject of pet custody disputes from many angles, and offers practical information on how ADR processes such as arbitration and mediation can be used in resolving these often-emotional conflicts. Topics cover all legal issues involved with pets, from family law issues to estate planning, and considers specialized topics such as property law, tort law affecting pet law, animal cruelty, science and bioethics, and much more. In addition, the book offers an array of practical advice for the animal lawyer, including law office basics, handling a legal case, and identifying experts.

Florida Family Law Practice

Author : Renee Goldenberg
ISBN : 9781945421839
Genre : Law
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REVISION 11 HIGHLIGHTS Highlights of new material in this edition of Florida Family Law and Practice include: The Florida Supreme Court implements standalone Family Law Rules of Procedure, effective March 16, 2017. With a few exceptions, the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure no longer apply in family law cases. Effective July 1, 2017, the Florida Supreme Court adopts Rule Regulating the Florida Bar 4-1.9 and Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure 12.745 both addressing the Collaborative Law Process. A California home, transferred by a husband and wife before dissolution to a revocable trust with wife as sole trustee was not marital property subject to equitable distribution. The standard for reviewing a trial court’s determination of whether property was an interspousal gift subject to equitable distribution is competent, substantial evidence. The Fourth DCA refuses to recognize a former wife’s tort claim that her former husband’s employer engaged in fraudulent conduct after the final judgment of dissolution that falsely depressed the former husband’s income to limit his child support obligation. Father’s complaint against health care providers alleging battery and intentional interference with parent-child relationship was properly dismissed; health care providers may render medical care on one parent’s consent. District courts of appeal conflict concerning whether the results of a DNA test fulfill the requirement of “newly discovered evidence” for purposes of disestablishing paternity. A Florida court was required to enforce a Colorado order regarding grandparents’ visitation even though entry of a similar order by a Florida court would be prohibited by the Florida Constitution. The Florida Supreme Court declines to adopt the “Daubert amendment” to section 90.702, Florida Statutes, due to constitutional concerns that must be addressed in the context of a proper case or controversy. Wife’s pro se reply to husband’s petition for dissolution of marriage constituted both an answer and a counter-petition. Preparing and attaching child support guidelines to a child support agreement is no longer optional; the parties cannot waive the requirement. Trial court rendered a child support modification order when it filed the order with the clerk of court, not when it signed the order one week earlier, so as to trigger the 10-day period for the Department of Revenue (DOR) to file a motion to vacate the Hearing Officer’s recommended order. The trial court erred in awarding wife no portion of husband’s pension based on its de minimis value; over course of ten years, payout of marital portion of pension would have been roughly $21,600. A law firm was entitled to a charging lien against marital assets awarded to husband where the firm and husband had a written agreement providing for the lien, even though husband would have been entitled to a share of marital assets without the law firm’s representation. Attorneys’ fees may not be awarded against the new spouse of a former spouse. District courts of appeal conflict over whether the trial court has authority to award attorney’s fees pursuant to section 57.105, Florida Statutes, in a domestic violence proceeding. Receding from its prior opinion, the Fourth DCA granted the father attorney’s fees in a paternity action pursuant to section 742.045, Florida Statutes conditioned on a showing of need and ability to pay on remand to the trial court. Former wife could not be ordered to pay former husband’s fees and costs simply because she refused to settle the case. Bank records mandatorily disclosed under Family Law Rules of Procedure must still be admitted into evidence. Disclosed items are not per se admissible.

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