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Whether you are a general practitioner or specialize in family law, New Jersey Family Law, Second Edition will provide the tools to help you work more effectively. You'll find a clear and in-depth presentation of the grounds for divorce and annulment, equitable distribution of marital property, premarital and property settlement agreements, adoption, alimony, child support, and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA).
The practice of family law has changed dramatically over the past several decades and continues to develop. This well-indexed, single volume puts the most timely information at your fingertips, with coverage of critical topics including:
• Custody and visitation
• Calculation of alimony and child support
• Trials, pre-trial and post-judgment motion practice
• Domestic violence
• Marital torts
• Divorce taxation
The authors have expanded the discussion of mediation, arbitration, and equitable distribution, and added analysis on the creation and dissolution of civil unions in the Second Edition, plus added 87 essential matrimonial forms to save you valuable time.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Attorney and Client
Chapter 2 - Marriage and Same Sex Unions
Chapter 3 - Jurisdiction and Venue
Chapter 4 - Grounds for Divorce and Separate Maintenance
Chapter 5 - Annulment
Chapter 6 - Pleadings
Chapter 7 - Discovery
Chapter 8 - Motion and Trial Practice
Chapter 9 - Equitable Distribution
Chapter 10 - Agreements
Chapter 11 - Alimony and Separate Maintenance
Chapter 12 - Child Support
Chapter 13 - Custody and Visitation
Chapter 14 - Domestic Violence and Marital Torts
Chapter 15 - Appellate Practice
Chapter 16 - Adoption
Chapter 17 - Counsel Fees and Costs
Chapter 18 - Taxes and Divorce