California Family Law for Paralegals is the only textbook for paralegals that focuses specifically on California family law. In its fifth edition, this straightforward textbook continues to provide California paralegal students with a practical framework for examining the full range of family law issues under California law. Among the characteristics that make this text the perfect choice for teaching California family law: A practical, straightforward approach designed to teach the basics to paralegal students. A focus on the California Family Code, integrating statutory law and judicial interpretation into a cohesive general discussion of family law and its various aspects. Examples of all the key Judicial Council forms used in the practice of family law in California Unlike other California-specific books, this book was written specifically as a teaching tool and offers a format that helps students learn, including Chapter Overviews and Summaries, Exercises, Key Terms, and a Glossary. Updated and completely current, the Fifth Edition includes: Revision of the text to reflect changes in the law, with new cases and statutes Completely updated forms Advice on how technology can make family law practice more effective Completely updated Instructor's Manual A new, streamlined organization with shorter, more teachable chapters The only text of its kind, California Family Law for Paralegals offers comprehensive coverage--in a readily accessible format--of all the key topics and developments in this ever evolving area of the law. *Instructor's Manuals are a professional courtesy offered to professors only. For more information or to request a copy, please contact Wolter's Kluwer Law a Business at 800.529.7545 or firstname.lastname@example.org.However, if the support was calculated using only the three remaining children ( all other factors being equal), the guideline ... refers to the difference between what a home (or any piece of property) is worth and how much is owed on it. ... will be discussed later, a finding of contempt for failure to pay support cannot be based upon the capacity of the citee to earn. ... The change in circumstances rule for modification of child support does not apply to support orders that were enactedanbsp;...
|Title||:||California Family Law for Paralegals|
|Author||:||Marshall W. Waller|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 2008-12-12|