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Family Law – Dissolution Case Management
Course Category: Self-Study Courses
CLE Hours: 20.0
CLE Credit: Substantive
Course Level: Advanced
Fees: $250 for Members and $300 for Nonmembers
Against a background of Constitutional and federal law, state law is the primary law of marriage and divorce in the United States. Basic principles and models of divorce, including alimony, child custody, and property division, remain fairly consistent through all states and territories. Applicable law, rules, procedures, and terminology may vary significantly from state to state and within states from city to city. “Custody” and “alimony” in one court may be “parenting time” and “spousal support” in another.
Course Year: 2017
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