Reynold's North Carolina Family Law
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The new 6th Edition of Reynolds on North Carolina Family Law, Volume 1, authored by Suzanne Reynolds, Dean Emerita and Professor of Law at Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston Salem, North Carolina, replaces Volume 1 of the title Lee’s North Carolina Family Law, 5th Edition.
Dean Reynolds was the rewrite author for the 5th Edition of Lee’s North Carolina Family Law, which helped shaped family law in North Carolina since publication in 2002 and which this edition replaces. The 6th Edition recognizes Dean Reynolds as the rightful author, having completely revised and reorganized the treatise to keep pace with the numerous changes and developments in family law these past twenty years.
The 6th Editions of Volumes 2 and 3 will be updated in sequence in the coming year and will also transition to the new title Reynolds on North Carolina Family Law. We expect Volume 2 to ship by late summer and Volume 3 by the end of the year.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Acts Prior to Marriage
Chapter 2 - Entering Marriage
Chapter 3 - Attacks on Marriage and the Suit to Annul
Chapter 4 - Nonmarital Living Arrangements
Chapter 5 - Spousal Rights and Obligations During the Marriage
Chapter 6 - Divorce from Bed and Board
Chapter 7 - Absolute Divorce
Chapter 8 - Postseparation Support
Chapter 9 - Alimony
Chapter 10 - Child Support: The Award
Chapter 11 - Enforcement of Postseparation Support, Alimony, and Child Support
Chapter 12 - Division of Property Upon Divorce: Equitable Distribution
Chapter 13 - Child Custody
Chapter 14 - Separation Agreements, Agreement-Based Decrees, and Other Family Contracts
Chapter 15 - Incidents of Parent and Child Relationship
Chapter 16 - Unmarried Parents and Their Children
Chapter 17 - Parenthood Through Adoption and Assisted Conception
Chapter 18 - Procreational Liberties; Abortion; Sterilization