Family Law in Alabama: Practice and Procedure
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Much more than a theoretical approach to divorce law, Family Law in Alabama is full of the kind of information and guidance that could only come from day-to-day experience. The expert authors assemble a wide variety of tools for use in everyday family practice - statutes, case law, forms, and guidance on every aspect of handling the case. Inside you'll find the statutes and cases you need every day, plus analysis and guidance on:
• Client intake, jurisdiction, grounds and defenses
• Settlements, agreements, temporary relief, and decrees for separation and maintenance
• Marital assets and liabilities
• Child custody, visitation and support
• Modification and enforcement of child custody, visitation and support
• Attorney's fees, costs and expenses
• Practice and evidentiary matters
• Forms, pleadings and motions
Family Law in Alabama is your comprehensive source for practice-oriented Alabama domestic law guidance. Purchase your copy today and assure your clients that your research starts with the best materials available, only from LexisNexis.
The 2022 edition ISBN is 9781663326669.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Clients
Chapter 3 Jurisdiction, Grounds, Defenses, and Related Matters
Chapter 4 Settlements and Agreements
Chapter 5 Decrees for Separation and Maintenance
Chapter 6 Temporary Relief
Chapter 7 Alimony
Chapter 8 Marital Assets and Liabilities
Chapter 9 Child Custody, Visitation, and Support
Chapter 10 Modification of Custody, Visitation, and Support
Chapter 11 Enforcement
Chapter 12 Attorney's Fees, Costs, and Expenses
Chapter 13 Practice and Evidentiary Matters
Chapter 14 Form Pleadings and Motions
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes