Florida Family Law (Yellowbook)
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Brought to you through a collaboration between LexisNexis and the Florida Bar Legal Publications, this affordable, practice-enhancing single volume provides targeted, authoritative coverage of family law in Florida - both the legislative and analytical content you need to succeed in practice.
The Yellowbook comprises the entire Domestic Relations Title as well as selected statutes addressing civil practice and procedure, public health, social welfare, and domestic violence. It also includes regulations of the Department of Children & Families. Practical content is provided in areas where there has been significant new case law and tax effects, including alimony, assisted reproduction and surrogacy, domestic violence injunctions, and child custody.
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The 2022 Edition ISBN was 9781663353726.
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Table of contents
2023 Legislative Changes
Chapter 1. Family Law Legislative Update
Chapter 2. Updates in Parental Responsibility, Timesharing, and Child Support
Chapter 3. Recent Developments in Parental Responsibility and Timesharing
TITLE V. JUDICIAL BRANCH
TITLE VI. CIVIL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
TITLE VII. EVIDENCE
TITLE XXIII. MOTOR VEHICLES
TITLE XXIX. PUBLIC HEALTH
TITLE XXX. SOCIAL WELFARE
TITLE XLIII. DOMESTIC RELATIONS
TITLE XLVI. CRIMES
TITLE XLVII. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND CORRECTIONS
TITLE XLVIII. EARLY LEARNING-20 EDUCATION CODE
FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
TITLE 65. DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Division 65. Departmental
Division 65A. Economic Self-Sufficiency Program
Division 65B. Developmental Services Program
Division 65C. Family Safety and Preservation Program
Division 65D. Substance Abuse Program
Division 65E. Mental Health Program
Division 65F. Refugee Assistance Program
Division 65G. Agency for Persons with Disabilities
Division 65H. Domestic Violence
Division 65I. Office on Homelessness