Family Law: The Essentials
This is the essentials version of the market leader in family law (Statsky's Family Law, 4th, West, 1996). It is a briefer, less expensive paperback text ideal for shorter courses or for courses that supplement a paperback with state-specific material. Chapters 2-5, most of Chapter 1, all cases, appendices, and assignments that require library research have been eliminated in this version to provide concise, accurate coverage with an emphasis on practical paralegal skills and techniques. State-specific supplements are also available for Texas, New York, California, and Florida.ALSO AVAILABLECalifornia ISBN: 0-314-20594-2Florida ISBN: 0-314-20595-0New York ISBN: 0-314-20596-9Texas ISBN: 0-314-20597-7 Study Guide ISBN: 0-314-20838-0INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDERInstructorAEs Manual(with Test Bank), ISBN: 0-314-20794-5"
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