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The Family Law Act of 1970 and the Family Code of 1994 have produced major changes in California domestic relations law and practice. This course covers theoretical and practical issues in family law, providing the necessary tools to analyze and resolve these issues. Beginning with commencement proceedings, instruction progresses through preliminary relief, child custody, support, visitation, division of marital property, trial preparation, trial, marital termination agreements, non-marital cohabitation, paternity, and other areas related to the overall concept of domestic relations.


  • COURSE NUMBER  LAW-40006
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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