Domestic Relations Manual for the District of Columbia provides a concise, practice-oriented and practical analysis of each issue area encountered by the family law practitioner in the District of Columbia, with full citation to statutory and case authority. This completely updated publication includes critical discussion of the latest changes in D.C. law, including the enactment of the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA). In addition, it includes an extensive array of both court-issued and expert-drafted forms. Domestic Relations Manual for the District of Columbia is also easy to reference thanks to full chapter synopses, tables, and thorough indexing, with comprehensive coverage of each important family law issue, including: ac child custody and visitation ac child and spousal support (and separate maintenance) ac equitable distribution of marital property ac recovery of attorney's fees and costs ac procedures for bringing a divorce action ac the law of marriage and annulment in D.C. ac adoption ac name change procedures ac the effect of various types of matrimonial agreements.Grasty, 302 A.2d 218, 220 (D.C. 1973) (fee paid to attorney for payment of private investigator is suit money); Harris v. Harris, 119 WLR 665 (Feb. 25, 1991) ... Stewart-Lange, 782 A.2d 762 (D.C. 2001). Generally, the court must have specific anbsp;...
|Title||:||Domestic Relations Manual for the District of Columbia|
|Author||:||Linda J. Ravdin, Diane M. Brenneman|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2014-10-15|