Complex Issues in California Family Law - Volume J
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For this reason, it is vital for practitioners to have a thorough knowledge of the basic building blocks of a family law case. This volume of the Complex Issues series is offered as a refresher on the basic building blocks of family law cases, including presumptions, burdens and standards of proof and fiduciary duties that effect them, with the goal of assisting practitioners and judicial officers in getting “Back to Basics” so that they can accomplish justice for family law clients.
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Table of contents
J1 Point of View
J2 Basics of Burdens and Standards of Proof
J3 Threshold Issue: Is it Divible Community Property?
J4 Evidence Code Presumptions
J5 Maxims of Jurisprudence
J6 Family Law Presumptions
J7 Basics of Demonstrating Community Interest in Separte Property
J8 Basics of Demonstrating Separate Interest in Community Property
J9 Overview of Interspousal Duties and Obligations