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Book Title: Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, Third Edition (Includes 2018 & 2019 Updates)
Managing Editor: Linda Creagan  
Publisher:  CBA-CLE Books (CLE in Colorado, Inc.)  
Publication Date: June 2018
ISBN-13: 978-1-930993-79-2
Page Count: 1398 pages  
Product Dimensions: 8.5" x 11"  
 
 
About the Book:
The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, Third Edition is designed as a reference source for Colorado lawyers at all levels of experience. It is not meant to provide comprehensive essays on all aspects of family law; rather, it is intended to provide a practical overview of issues and problems inherent in the practice of family law and areas of law that impact family law, such as real estate, bankruptcy, trusts and estates, business entities, taxation, criminal law, and immigration.
 
The Third Edition includes:
- Substantive updates to 31 of the 44 chapters;
- A compilation of statutes and case law;
- Analysis to launch the reader into the right direction for further research;
- Practice pointers for use in typical situations which may be adapted to the special circumstances of each case;
- Some updates are relatively minor, and some are substantial, but all are essential for keeping the book up to date.  
 
 
 
 
Updates/Supplements:
Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, Third Edition was released in 2017; this book is usually updated annually. If you are purchasing this book, you do not need to purchase any supplements; the latest supplement is already included in the book.  If you are looking to update a book that you already own, you need to check the date on the front cover sheet of your book.  If you are updating a book that has a date of 2016 or earlier on the front cover sheet, you need to purchase a new book. If your book has a date of 2017 on the front cover sheet, you need the 2018 Supplement to update your book (this pertains to the printed book only).   
 
 
 
 
 
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Table of Contents
The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, Third Edition
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 VOLUME 1
Chapter 1  Ethics in Family Law
Chapter 2  Premarital and Marital Agreements  
Chapter 3  Jurisdictional Issues in the Dissolution of Marriage and General Overview of Dissolution Proceedings
Chapter 4  Parental Rights and Responsibilities  
Chapter 5  Relocation Issues in Family Law
Chapter 6  Property of the Marriage: Valuation and Distribution Upon Dissolution of Marriage or Legal Separation
Chapter 7  How to Avoid Being a PERA-Pathetic Advisor
Chapter 8  Spousal Maintenance
Chapter 9  Child Support
Chapter 10  Divorce Taxation
Chapter 11  Determining When Trusts are Property for the Purpose of Equitable Division
Chapter 12  RESERVED
Chapter 13  Separation Agreements
Chapter 14  The Mediation Process  
Chapter 15  Case Management I: Commencing the Action  
Chapter 16  Case Management II: Disclosures, Discovery, Settlement, and Trial
Chapter 17  Expert Witnesses
Chapter 18  Court-Appointed Neutrals
Chapter 19  Alcohol, Drugs, and Parenting
Chapter 20  QDRO Drafting Tips and Traps
 
VOLUME 2
Chapter 21  RESERVED
Chapter 22  Appellate Advocacy For Family Law Practitioners
Chapter 23  Post-Decree Issues
Chapter 24  Primer on Collection Law
Chapter 25  Dissolution of Marriage Proceedings and Bankruptcy Cases
Chapter 26  Torts in Families
Chapter 27  Criminal Law and Procedure Issues Related to Family Law
Chapter 28  RESERVED
Chapter 29  Civil Protection Orders
Chapter 30  Immigration Issues in Family Law
Chapter 31  Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act
Chapter 32  Seeking Enforcement of Family Law Orders Through Contempt Proceedings Under C.R.C.P. 107: Perils and Potential Pitfalls
Chapter 33  Family Relationships
Chapter 34  Grandparents' Rights
Chapter 35  Developments in Nonmarried Partner Litigation
Chapter 36  Dividing Military Benefits in Divorce
Chapter 37  Public Benefits Issues in Family Law Cases
Chapter 38  Representing the Diminished-Capacity or Mentally Ill Client: Colo. RPC 1.14
Chapter 39  Death and Divorce
Chapter 40  Interstate Family Law Jurisdiction
Chapter 41  Parenting and the Military
Chapter 42  Unbundled Domestic Relations Practice
Chapter 43  Attorney Liens    
 
 
Subject Index         
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Table of Contents
The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, Third Edition
Click here for detailed Table of Contents
 
 VOLUME 1
Chapter 1  Ethics in Family Law
Chapter 2  Premarital and Marital Agreements  
Chapter 3  Jurisdictional Issues in the Dissolution of Marriage and General Overview of Dissolution Proceedings
Chapter 4  Parental Rights and Responsibilities  
Chapter 5  Relocation Issues in Family Law
Chapter 6  Property of the Marriage: Valuation and Distribution Upon Dissolution of Marriage or Legal Separation
Chapter 7  How to Avoid Being a PERA-Pathetic Advisor
Chapter 8  Spousal Maintenance
Chapter 9  Child Support
Chapter 10  Divorce Taxation
Chapter 11  Determining When Trusts are Property for the Purpose of Equitable Division
Chapter 12  RESERVED
Chapter 13  Separation Agreements
Chapter 14  The Mediation Process  
Chapter 15  Case Management I: Commencing the Action  
Chapter 16  Case Management II: Disclosures, Discovery, Settlement, and Trial
Chapter 17  Expert Witnesses
Chapter 18  Court-Appointed Neutrals
Chapter 19  Alcohol, Drugs, and Parenting
Chapter 20  QDRO Drafting Tips and Traps
 
VOLUME 2
Chapter 21  RESERVED
Chapter 22  Appellate Advocacy For Family Law Practitioners
Chapter 23  Post-Decree Issues
Chapter 24  Primer on Collection Law
Chapter 25  Dissolution of Marriage Proceedings and Bankruptcy Cases
Chapter 26  Torts in Families
Chapter 27  Criminal Law and Procedure Issues Related to Family Law
Chapter 28  RESERVED
Chapter 29  Civil Protection Orders
Chapter 30  Immigration Issues in Family Law
Chapter 31  Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act
Chapter 32  Seeking Enforcement of Family Law Orders Through Contempt Proceedings Under C.R.C.P. 107: Perils and Potential Pitfalls
Chapter 33  Family Relationships
Chapter 34  Grandparents' Rights
Chapter 35  Developments in Nonmarried Partner Litigation
Chapter 36  Dividing Military Benefits in Divorce
Chapter 37  Public Benefits Issues in Family Law Cases
Chapter 38  Representing the Diminished-Capacity or Mentally Ill Client: Colo. RPC 1.14
Chapter 39  Death and Divorce
Chapter 40  Interstate Family Law Jurisdiction
Chapter 41  Parenting and the Military
Chapter 42  Unbundled Domestic Relations Practice
Chapter 43  Attorney Liens    
 
 
Subject Index         

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