This work provides a unique review and analysis of divorce and related family-law issues throughout the United States, and describes approaches to problem areas such as child custody, child and spousal support, marital agreements, and unmarried domestic partners.
Ira Mark Ellman, Arizona State University School of Law
Katharine T. Bartlett, Duke University School of Law
Grace Ganz Blumberg, University of California at Los Angeles School of Law
2008 Reprint of 2002 publication
Hardbound | 1FAMDISOT | 2002 | 1187 pages | $150.00
Summary of Contents
Chief Reporter’s Foreword
2. The Allocation of Custodial and Decision-Making
Responsibility for Children
3. Child Support
4. Division of Property Upon Dissolution
5. Compensatory Spousal Payments
6. Domestic Partners
Appendix I: Model Provisions Adopting Chapter 3
Appendix II: Model Provisions Adopting Chapter 5
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
In the Institute’s Principles tradition, this authoritative volume combines clear black-letter provisions with extensive explanatory Comments, clarifying Illustrations, and detailed Reporter’s Notes.
The Principles will be supplemented by an Annual Pocket Part.
ISBN – 978-0-314-19423-7
FGM - 40768033
This Cumulative Annual Pocket Part contains all citations through June 2022 to The American Law Institute’s Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution: Analysis and Recommendations (2002).
FGN - 43163833