New York Civil Practice: Family Court Proceedings
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New York Civil Practice: Family Court Proceedings, a trusted authority on family law and practice for more than thirty years, continues to provide unparalleled coverage in its Second Edition. Updated and modernized for the contemporary matrimonial law practitioner, this four-volume treatise provides direct, New York-specific answers to questions that arise in day-to-day practice, as well as valuable in-depth analysis of, and the latest information on, New York family law and practice.
Procedurally organized and updated twice a year with over fifty chapters in four volumes, New York Civil Practice: Family Court Proceedings captures the latest information in family law. Expert practitioners ensure accuracy and alignment with family practice specific to New York. It includes comprehensive coverage of important recent New York legislation concerning PINS (Persons In Need of Supervision) and permanency of child placement.
First published in 1972.
4 Volumes; Looseleaf; updated 2 times per year.
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Table of contents
1 Jurisdictional Aspects of Family Court: A Preliminary Guide
2 General Procedural Rules; Family Court Judges
3 Support Proceedings: Family Court Jurisdiction and General Procedural Considerations
6 Temporary Support Orders
7 Family Court Support Hearings
9 Spousal Support Proceedings
10 Child Support Proceedings in Family Court
12 Uniform Support of Dependents Law
13 Custody and Visitation
14 Rights and Liabilities of Principals
15 Modification of Support Orders
16 Enforcement of Support Orders
19 Paternity Proceedings
22 Biological Children of Unwed Parents
25 Persons In Need Of Supervision
29 Child Protective Proceedings: Overview and Background
30 Child Protective Proceedings: Initial Stages of the Proceeding
31 Child Protective Proceedings: Fact Finding Hearings
32 Child Protective Proceedings: Dispositions
33 Child Protective Proceedings: Post Dispositional Considerations
35 Legal Problems of Education
36 Family Offenses
38 Permanent Termination of Parental Rights
38A Voluntary Surrender and Involuntary Termination of Parental Rights on Grounds Other Than Permanent Neglect
39 Adoption Law, Practice and Procedure
39A Selected Adoption Forms of the Family Court and the Surrogate's Court
41 Foster Care Review Proceedings Pursuant to Social Services Law §§ 358 a and 392
44 Change of Name
45 Family Health Problems
46 Facilities, Institutions and Agencies
47 Appeals from Family Court to Appellate Division
48 Attorney Client Relationship
49 Counsel Fees in Family Court
50 The Role of the Law Guardian
61 Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings
62 Commencing the Child Delinquency Proceedings
63 Initial Appearance and Probable Cause Hearings
64 Pre trial Practice in Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings
65 Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings: Fact Finding Hearings
70 Dispositional Hearings and Orders
71 Post Dispositional Procedures
72 Treatment of Records and Other Unique Characteristics