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Family Law: Dissolutions of Marriage Court Proceedings 2021 Edition (COMING SOON)

PRE-ORDER Practical handbook for attorneys representing clients in a dissolution of marriage action.

PRE-ORDER

This handbook guides the practitioner representing a client in a dissolution of marriage action before the courts. It offers direction from filing pre-trial motions to the post-trial appeals process and everything in between. The topics covered include trial practice considerations, including declarations of invalidity of marriage, temporary orders, contested trials, and evidentiary considerations; obtaining orders of protection; enforcement of judgments; and postjudgment proceedings. The handbook is also full of hands-on materials for the attorney’s use in practice such as pattern questions for a variety of situations, a model script for presenting testimony, a timetable for interlocutory appeal, and many forms, including a Separation Agreement, Petition for Temporary Restraining Order or Preliminary Injunction, Affidavit in Support of Petition for Order or Protection, and a Motion to Dismiss.

Chapter 1 — Motion Practice Before Trial
Moria A. Bernstein,Law Offices of Moria Bernstein, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Trial Practice Considerations
Donald C. Schiller and Anita M. Ventrelli, Schiller DuCanto and Fleck LLP, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Obtaining Orders of Protection
Marie K. Sarantakis,Sarantakis Law Group, Ltd., Oak Brook

Chapter 4 — Enforcement of Judgment
David P. Pasulka,David P Pasulka & Associates PC, Chicago

Chapter 5 — Postjudgment Proceedings
Laura I. Baldwin and Sean M. McCumber, Sullivan Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, P.C., Naperville

Chapter 6 — Appeals
Linda S. Kagan,Linda S. Kagan, Attorney at Law, and Benton H. Page and Howard A. London, Beermann, LLP,Chicago

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      PRE-ORDER

      This handbook guides the practitioner representing a client in a dissolution of marriage action before the courts. It offers direction from filing pre-trial motions to the post-trial appeals process and everything in between. The topics covered include trial practice considerations, including declarations of invalidity of marriage, temporary orders, contested trials, and evidentiary considerations; obtaining orders of protection; enforcement of judgments; and postjudgment proceedings. The handbook is also full of hands-on materials for the attorney’s use in practice such as pattern questions for a variety of situations, a model script for presenting testimony, a timetable for interlocutory appeal, and many forms, including a Separation Agreement, Petition for Temporary Restraining Order or Preliminary Injunction, Affidavit in Support of Petition for Order or Protection, and a Motion to Dismiss.

      Chapter 1 — Motion Practice Before Trial
      Moria A. Bernstein,Law Offices of Moria Bernstein, Chicago

      Chapter 2 — Trial Practice Considerations
      Donald C. Schiller and Anita M. Ventrelli, Schiller DuCanto and Fleck LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 3 — Obtaining Orders of Protection
      Marie K. Sarantakis,Sarantakis Law Group, Ltd., Oak Brook

      Chapter 4 — Enforcement of Judgment
      David P. Pasulka,David P Pasulka & Associates PC, Chicago

      Chapter 5 — Postjudgment Proceedings
      Laura I. Baldwin and Sean M. McCumber, Sullivan Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, P.C., Naperville

      Chapter 6 — Appeals
      Linda S. Kagan,Linda S. Kagan, Attorney at Law, and Benton H. Page and Howard A. London, Beermann, LLP,Chicago

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