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Volume 32, No. 4—Spring 2010

Reaching Out to Other Experts

PC 51311003204 5131003204PDF (Purchase PDF)

This issue of Family Advocate recognizes that family law practitioners often need to become conversant with a number of diverse areas of law outside their own field. This issue focuses on working with other experts. To read articles, click on the links below.

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Features

It's Nearly Always About the House
by David W. Griffin

The Appraisal: What's It Worth?
by Roger F. Tibble

Will Divorce Jeopardize the Green Card?
by David J. Hart & Jordana A. Hart

Seeing Social Security as Income
by Kathleen B. Vetrano

The Truth About Trusts
by Eileen B. Trost

Taking Stock
by Gregory K. Brown

ART—Enter the Lawyer
by Kim Willoughby

Books & More: Related Experts Bibliography

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Columns

Chair's Column
It's a New Day!
by Mitchell K. Karpf

From the Editor
Beyond the Boundaries of Family Law
by Kathleen A. Hogan

Tools of the Trade
Every Divorce Is a Project Begging to Be Managed
by Lee S. Rosen

Section Highlights

Section Leadership

Issue Editors

Joy Feinberg
Kathleen A. Hogan

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