Divorce: Laws of the United States, Part 3
A vital guidebook on divorce laws, this reference details state-by-state laws regarding divorce including filing requirements, property settlement law, child custody and support rules, and many other vital details of family law. The new Quick Reference Law series from Nova provides a clear, concise, yet detailed source of information on specific laws of all 50 states. Authoritative, accurate, and up-to-date, these guides are perfect for use by legal professionals and libraries. They are the only concise legal guides of their kind available.
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adultery alimony ALIMONY/MAINTENANCE/SPOUSAL SUPPORT Arkansas Code bed and board best interests Chapter CHILD CUSTODY child support guidelines Code Annotated community property Complaint for Divorce COUNSELING REQUIREMENTS court may order court may require dissolution of marriage DOCUMENT CAPTION INFORMATION emotional conditions enable the spouse enforceable without consideration factors for consideration FILE FOR DIVORCE Final document title financial resources following factors GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE income irretrievable breakdown joint custody Joint or sole Kentucky Revised Statutes LEGAL GROUNDS legal separation living separate marital fault marital property MEDIATION OR COUNSELING NAME OF COURT No-Fault official child support Oregon Revised Statutes party physical and emotional Plaintiff PREMARITAL AGREEMENT prior to filing PROPERTY DISTRIBUTION RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS Revised Statutes Annotated Section separate property SIMPLIFIED OR SPECIAL South Carolina South Dakota SPECIAL DIVORCE PROCEDURES spousal support spouse as homemaker spouse filing spouse to find SPOUSE'S NAME standard of living tax consequences tion Title 25 Vermont Statutes