New York Practice Guide: Domestic Relations
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Provides step-by-step guidance for handling matrimonialactions. Each chapter provides legal background,guidance on practice and procedure, forms and areference guide. Included are checklists, questions andanswers, pleadings, motion papers, sample agreements,and judgments–over 500 forms in all.
Topics covered include:
• Grounds for divorce and annulment
• Service of papers, jurisdiction and venue
• Representing the plaintiff
• Representing the defendant
• Calendar practice
• Temporary relief
• Financial disclosure
• Distribution of marital property
• Experts' valuation methods
• Professional licenses
• Spousal and child support
• Tax considerations
• Child custody and visitation
• UCCJA and PKPA
• Child abuse and neglect
• Domestic violence
• Enforcement and modification of money judgments
• Cohabitation, antenuptial and separation agreements
First published 1988.
Looseleaf; 4 volumes updated with revisions pages.
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Table of contents
Ch. 1 Initial Client Interview
Ch. 2 Grounds for Dissolution of Marriage and for Separation
Ch. 3 Representing the Plaintiff in a Matrimonial Action–Commencement of Suit and Strategic Planning
Ch. 4 Representing the Defendant in a Matrimonial Action–Responsive Pleadings and Motions
Ch. 5 Calendar Practice
Chs. 6 through 10 RESERVED
Ch. 11 Motions for Pendente Lite Relief
Ch. 12 Financial Disclosure
Chs. 13 through 15 RESERVED
Ch. 16 Distribution of Marital Property
Chs. 17 through 23 RESERVED
Ch. 24 Marital Home: Audit Agenda
Ch. 25 Closely Held Corporations, Partnerships and Sole Proprietorships: Audit Agenda
Ch. 26 Pensions: Audit Agenda
Ch. 27 Professional Licenses, Practices and Degrees: Law and Valuation
Chs. 28 through 30 RESERVED
Ch. 31 Spousal and Child Support
Chs. 32 through 33 RESERVED
Ch. 34 Child Custody and Visitation
Ch. 35 The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act (UCCJA) and the Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act (PKPA)
Ch. 36 Domestic Violence
Ch. 37 Child Abuse and Neglect
Ch. 38 Adoption
Ch. 39 Paternity
Ch. 40 Tax Considerations in a Matrimonial Action
Chs. 41 through 43 RESERVED
Ch. 44 Enforcement of Support Awards
Chs. 45 through 47 RESERVED
Ch. 48 Modification of Support Orders
Chs. 49 through 50 RESERVED
Ch. 51 Divorce Mediation
Ch. 52 Cohabitation Agreements
Ch. 53 Antenuptial Agreements
Ch. 54 Separation Agreements