Balancing Competing Interests in Family Law: How to Handle Alternative Relationships, Third-party Interests, Interspousal Torts, Privilege, and Privacy Issues
Section of Family Law, American Bar Association, 2003 - Custody of children - 262 pages
This second edition examines the legal context in which marital, third-party privacy rights and obligations are being defined. It provides an overview of testimonial privileges available in domestic relations actions and the consequences of their invocation.
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