Texas Family Law Practice and Procedure
ebook ∣ Volume 4 · Texas Family Law Practice and Procedure (1)
By Judge John D. Montgomery
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Texas Family Law Practice and Procedurecombines both substantive and procedural explanations of Texas family law with practical tips and forms from leading Texas family law practitioners. It is a more authoritative, in-depth publication than the competing West product. These volmes provide task-based pointers and leading legislative and case analysis. Texas family law attorneys and their research staffs will appreciate unmatched coverage of the issues and legal expert guidance for completing any transaction involving Texas family law.
Texas Family Law Practice and Procedureincludes every aspect of family law covered by the Texas Family Code as well as related matters, such as:
Uniquely organized by attorneys for attorneys,Texas Family Law Practice and Procedureis a primary resource for locating case and statute citations, accessing various family law forms and reviewing practical commentary. Information is organized in the same, familiar format in which attorneys practice. Objectives are presented followed by specific tasks required to achieve them. In addition, each delineated task includes references to the most current and useful State Bar CLE materials, legal periodicals, and ALR Annotations. This convenient organizational method saves countless hours while providing relevant information on the subject at hand.
Texas Family Law Practice and Procedure'spractical organization, along with its comprehensive scope, affords the user increased precision and accuracy when preparing for transactions and litigation under any circumstance involving Texas family law.