Transgender Persons and the Law

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American Bar Association, 2013 - Law - 316 pages
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This straightforward and informative groundbreaking book is intended to educate and inform practitioners on the various laws and landmark court cases involving transgendered individuals in a number of legal situations, including housing, veterans benefits, family law, health care, employment, criminal justice, and much more. It also discusses the myriad legal documents transgendered persons need to understand before filling out paperwork in order to change ones name, birth certificate, and gender identification. This book also includes a DVD containing a complete set of forms for all 50 states and the District of Columbia for name changes and birth certificate changes.

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Ally Windsor Howell was a practicing lawyer from Alabama. She practiced actively for about twenty-five years. Her legal career involved seven years in the general practice of law, three years as an Assistant Attorney General and Chief Counsel of the Alabama Medicaid Agency, and fourteen years in the general practice of law with an emphasis on civil litigation.

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