The practitioner's guide to Colorado domestic relations law / Linda J. Creagan, managing editor.

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Corporate Author: Continuing Legal Education in Colorado
Other Authors: Creagan, Linda J.
Other title:Guide to Colorado domestic relations law.
Colorado domestic relations law.
Format: Continuing Resource
Published: Denver, Colo. : CLE in Colo., 2017-
Edition:Third edition.
Table of Contents:
  • Ethics in family law
  • Premarital and marital agreements
  • Jurisdiction issues in the dissolution of marriage and general overview of dissolution proceedings
  • Relocation issues in family law
  • Property of the marriage : valuation and distribution upon dissolution of marriage or legal separation
  • How to avoid being a PERA-pathetic advisor
  • Spousal maintenance
  • Child support
  • Divorce taxation
  • Determining when trusts are property for the purpose of equitable division
  • Separation agreements
  • The mediation process
  • Case management part I : commencing the action
  • Case management part II : Disclosures, discovery, settlement, and trial
  • Expert witnesses
  • Court-appointed neutrals
  • Alcohol, drugs, and parenting
  • QDRO drafting tips and traps
  • The role of the magistrate and appeals from magistrate decisions
  • Appellate advocacy for family law practitioners
  • Post-decree issues
  • Primer on collection law
  • Dissolution of marriage proceedings and bankruptcy cases
  • Torts in families
  • Criminal issues related to family law
  • Domestic abuse and civil protection orders
  • Immigration issues in family law
  • The Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act
  • Seeking enforcement of family law orders through contempt proceedings under C.R.C.P. 107: perils and potential pitfalls
  • Family relationships
  • Grandparents' rights
  • Developments in non-married partner litigation
  • Dividing military retirement benefits in divorce
  • Public benefits issues in family law cases
  • Representing the diminished-capacity or mentally ill client: Colo. RPC 1.14
  • Death and divorce
  • Interstate family law jurisdiction
  • Parenting and the military
  • The unbundled domestic relations practice
  • Attorneys liens
  • Revisiting the tax perils of unallocated family support.