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Florida Family Law by Nadine Hildebrandt: Introduction to Florida Family Law


Introduction to Florida Family Law

Family law is an area of law that primarily deals with the official and legal relationships between people. This area of the law can encompass a broad range of topics, including: marriage, divorce, child custody and visitation, child abuse and neglect, estate planning, elder law, family support (spousal, child, etc.) and others.

This Guide is broken down into different tabs:

1. Florida Constitution and Statutes: Links to the Florida Constitution and Statutes, providing access to the primary law in the state.

2. Secondary Sources: Links to the 'Florida Family Law Series', ABA charts, case law summaries, and Florida Family Law Forms and Litigation Guide, among others.

3. United States and Florida Case Law: Links to leading U.S. and Florida family law cases.

4. Secondary Sources: Link to the Florida Family Law series by Brenda Abrams, Florida Family Case Law Summaries, Florida Family Law Litigation Guide, among others.

5. Administrative Agencies: Links to all of Florida's Administrative Agencies

6. Forms: links to PDF versions to all of Florida's family law forms

7. Catholic Views on Family Law: Links to the Catholic Canon Law on Marriage and Catholic Beliefs For Your Marriage.

8. Helpful Links: Lastly, these are additional links which might be helpful during the research process on this topic.



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