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Author: Lloyd T. Kelso. Database includes most recent edition only. North Carolina Family Law Practice effectively addresses every issue concerning marriage, divorce, alimony, and child custody in North Carolina, providing the beginning and experienced law practitioner with vital overviews and helpful forms on the following: invalid marriages and annulment; agreements affecting parties to marriage; history and nature of divorce proceedings; grounds for divorce from bed and board; grounds for absolute divorce; alimony defenses to alimony and divorce; property division; child custody and child support guidelines; prevention of domestic violence; procedure in divorce, alimony, and child custody cases; attacking validity or modification of court orders or judgments; enforcement of court orders; appeals; and Federal tax considerations. Over 100 updated forms and sample documents, including agreements, affidavits, discovery documents, and pleadings are available to the practitioner.
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Description based on electronic file, viewed Oct. 12, 2013.