Volume 34, No. 3--Winter 2012

Alimony Options

PC 51311003403 (Purchase Hard Copy)
PC 5131003403PDF (Purchase PDF)

Advocate cover, Alimony Options

The issue of alimony presents a special challenge before one even enters the courtroom or begins settlement negotiations.

This issue of Family Advocate offers an array of articles to provide an analysis of common alimony issues and practical tips for negotiating or litigating alimony claims.

To read articles, click on the links below.

Want to use this issue for your CLE programming? (More info)

Premium Content for:

  • ABA Section of Family Law Members
Join Now

Already a member? Log In

Using Family Advocate Articles for CLE

The articles in this issue are ready-made for use as CLE program materials for your state, local, or in-house continuing legal education programs.

We will hold your hand through the permissions process, provide issues at a huge discount, and make contacting the author(s) easy. E-mail eiseld@sbcglobal.net for more information or to make your Family Advocate CLE request today.


Editorial Policy

Family Advocate, published by the American Bar Association Section of Family Law, offers practical, practice-oriented articles for family lawyers, their clients, and other professionals involved in divorce, child custody, adoption, and other family-related issues. The articles in Family Advocate do not express the official policy of the ABA or the Section of Family Law. They represent the views of thoughtful members of the bench and bar who are interested in effective advocacy and the American family.



Chair's Column
Professional Enrichment & Lifelong Friendships
by Randall M. Kessler

From the Editor
When the Question Is Alimony, the Answer Is Client Education
by Kathleen A. Hogan

Tools of the Trade
Be Ready When the Media Calls
by Lee S. Rosen

Section Highlights
Build Your Trial Skills in Miami & Boulder

2011-2012 Leadership