Family Law Treatises
Family Law and Practice
Arnold H. Rutkin, ed
This multi-volume treatise is national in scope and practice-oriented, providing guidance for every stage of a family law proceeding from initial client contact through modification and enforcement. Some of the topics covered in this comprehensive, up-to-date work include: strategy, temporary relief, child custody, including the latest cases on joint vs. sole custody, valuation and distribution of property upon dissolution of marriage, child support, spousal support, domestic violence, divorce, support and benefits relevant to military families, Paternity proceedings, Adoption and more.
The library's copy was last updated in 2008, and then bound. Updated online only.
Determining Child & Spousal Support
Marian F. Dobbs
This looseleaf treatise provides the basic tools for support determination for both children and spouses. It includes a state-by-state table of rules and laws, as well as forms. It is updated annually with supplementary pages.
Family Law in a Nutshell
Harry D. Krause & David D. Meyer
This study aid is designed to provide a succinct exposition of family law. This title addresses perspectives in family law, creation of the marriage relationship, spousal rights and obligations, creation of the parent/child relationship, termination of marital status and economic consequences of divorce. The Fifth Edition is the most recent edition of this title, published in 2007.
Fundamental Principles of Family Law
Lynn D. Wardle & Laurence C. Nolan
This treatise focuses on the potential three stages of spousal and parent-child relationships from the creation, to ongoing relations and termination of the relationship. Guidance for marriage, adoption, divorce, and custody situations is provided.
Understanding Family Law
John DeWitt Gregory et al.
This study aid offers students an overview of basic topics and issues in family law. Arranged in outline format, this title provides chapters on the following subjects: marriage and marriage alternatives, property and support rights during marriage, marital contracts and agreements, procreation, adoption, divorce grounds and defenses, spousal and child support on divorce, equitable distribution of property, and child custody and visitation. The third edition was published in 2005.