Family Law (4000)

Studies the law as it relates to the family unit with emphasis on the impact of social, economic, moral, and scientific changes in the society on that relationship. Topics covered include marriage, dissolution of marriage, antenuptial contracts, paternity, surrogate motherhood, child support, tax implications of divorce, bankruptcy, family violence, support, child custody, and adoption.

Grading: Exam

Credits: 3

Offered: Fall/Spring

Categories:
Statutory Course

Subject Areas:
Bar Preparation
Criminal Law
Family Law
Poverty Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Mary Patricia Byrn Carolyn Grose John Jerabek Nancy Ver Steegh

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