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Family Law

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Dealing With Division

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Just Another Lawsuit

Everything you learn about evidence and procedure elsewhere in this course applies in family law courts ... with few exceptions, and you will learn most of those exceptions in this class.

You will learn the four primary aspects:

  • Divorce Process and Division of Assets
  • Child Support
  • Child Custody
  • Alimony

Each of these and how to deal with them is covered in this class.

This class will help you get through the process with the least pain, the best possible outcome, and the least hard feelings when it's over.

All the problems arise when the court must decide what responsibilities each will have to the other after divorce ... and to the children, if any.

You will learn about "marital property" and "non-marital property".

You will learn how to compel your soon-to-be ex-spouse to show to the court (under oath) what assets he or she possesses and what income he or she has or anticipates having in the near future.

You will learn how to share custody of children born of your union and, where the facts and law agree, how to obtain sole custody of your children.

You will learn how to control the amount of child support money you must pay (if any), how this is computed, how to enforce payment, and how to avoid paying more than the law requires.

All this and more is yours in this essential class.

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