Course360 Family Law Printed Access Card, 1st Edition
- ISBN-10: 111154199X
- ISBN-13: 9781111541996
- Mixed Media
- COPYRIGHT: 2012 Published
Course360 for Family Law is a full online course, designed by a team of Instructional Designers and Subject Matter Experts specifically for online or hybrid learning environments. These online courses allow students to master important concepts needed to excel in the legal field. Each robust course is interactive and hands-on--presenting important information in a manageable way and giving many opportunities to put it all into practice. Our team of experts finds the best digital content in our library to teach all relevant topics, and we then write assessments to test them. Syllabus, content and assessments are all tied together through an outcomes-based framework that focuses on your students' ultimate success in the course. Course360 also works within your very own Learning Management System and is highly customizable and flexible. We can perform customization for you, or you can make modifications along the way. Either way, you have the opportunity to make the course your own.
At the completion of the course, students will be able to:
1. Analyze contract issues that arise with marital agreements.
2. Evaluate whether a client has entered a legally recognized relationship such as a marriage or domestic partnership.
3. Draft pleadings and agreements commonly used in family law.
4. Explain to clients the methods and legal processes involved in ending a marriage.
5. Summarize the factors courts consider when awarding alimony and ruling on property division.
6. Describe the legal principles and considerations that impact a court's determination of child-related matters arising out of divorce.
7. Research state laws relating to adoption, situations of questionable paternity, and assisted reproduction.
All supplements have been updated in coordination with the Main title.
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Family Law, 5th Edition, provides a comprehensive introduction to family law for the paralegal. It covers substantive and procedural law with a practical emphasis. "Family Law, 5th Edition" includes state-specific assignments, allowing students to identify state-specific law for the major themes covered. Legal analysis assignments also help students apply the substantive law principles discussed in each chapter. There are checklists, sample forms, and exhibits, which help students identify practical uses of the material, and resources for further study are provided.
"Family Law, 5th Edition," is an excellent introductory guide to Family Law for the paralegal or legal secretary student. It also serves as a useful refresher for the professional on the job. Anyone with an interest in Family Law will find this updated fifth edition to be a useful and informative tool.