Here's a quick overview of Marriage, Separations, Divorce, and Your Rights:
Having family problems? Families most often find themselves having to deal with the legal system when there has been some kind of breakdown - a separation or divorce, or problems between parents and children. What happens to a family once the law becomes involved often depends on the arrangements - or lack or arrangements - the family has made beforehand. This book explains the implications of the law in simple, everyday language and answers such questions as: If I am contemplating marriage, what should I and my spouse-to-be discuss now to avoid trouble later? What rights do I have in a cohabiting relationship? What is a separation agreement and is it legally binding? What happens if I walk out of the family home? How do I get a divorce? Where do I turn to for help if my spouse hits or harasses me? How can I stop my spouse from taking the children out of the state? What happens to a child who gets in trouble with the law?
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