Our increasingly mobile society has altered domestic practice in recent years. With more and more parents living in separate states, family practitioners often are forced to address the complexities of interstate custody and support in the context of a divorce proceeding. Attorneys must understand the nuances of the governing statutes and must be adept at negotiating parenting and support orders across jurisdictions.
These materials will help you become more familiar with the laws that control interstate custody and support, and explore the necessary skills and tactics to smoothly and effectively resolve these difficult cases.
This comprehensive, stand-alone publication is direct from a November 2011 seminar. It is available as a download only. Click here for more information on electronic books.
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UIFSA: THE LAW OF INTERSTATE CHILD SUPPORT CASES
VIRGINIA FAMILY LAW: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH
CHAPTER 8: CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION
CHAPTER 13: INTERSTATE SUPPORT CASES