|Juvenile Law: Dependency, 2017 Revision|
Represent your clients—both juveniles and parents—effectively with Juvenile Law: Dependency. Written by public defenders, state attorneys, private practitioners, and judges, Juvenile Law deals with issues relevant to dependency cases, child abuse reporting, hearings and motions, and adoption proceedings. It offers a thorough examination of the Juvenile Code as well as the code’s case law interpretations, includes the latest legislative developments and cases, and is full of practice tips and forms. Order your copy today and have the creative solutions your clients need at your fingertips.
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Represent your clients with confidence with this complete Family Law, 2013 Revision! Family Law is the essential book for Oregon lawyers who deal with any aspect of family law practice. This three-volume revision includes 2012 Legislation and covers the basics--interspersed with practice tips, caveats, and queries--on spousal support, child support, child custody and parenting time, property division, family law procedures, and much more.
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