Grandparents' Rights: With Forms

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Sphinx Pub., 2001 - Law - 190 pages
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With more than 1,000,000 divorces in this country every year, support and visitation concerns, and living arrangements are ongoing problems. Sphinx titles will help your customers and patrons understand this complex area of the legal system.
-- Visitation and custody laws for all 50 states and the District of Columbia
-- Explanation of Troxell vs. Granville, the recent grandparents' rights case in Washington state
-- Thorough explanation of typical court procedures

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Single parenthood and divorce have had a dramatic impact on the numbers of grandparents who need to seek legal advice regarding visiting or raising their grandchildren. The goal of Grandparents ... Read full review


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Should You File for Visitation?
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Traci Truly received her law degree and undergraduate business degree from Baylor University. She has practiced law in Dallas, Texas since 1985. She has a general practice, representing individuals in a variety of types of legal matters as well as small businesses, including Omni Entertainment, a Dallas entertainment company, and Mustang Booking Agency, also located in Dallas. Ms. Truly has written or coauthored several legal guides. Her book, Teen Rights (and Responsibilities), was named to the New York Public Library's 2003 Books for Teen Age list. She has appeared on Fox Television (The Rob Nelson Show) and on the Fox New Channel (Dayside with Linda Vestor) and in national publications including Seventeen Magazine, the AARP bulletin, and First For Women Magazine.

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