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California Family Law Prac & Proc 2nd ed.
Copyright 2015, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Judgment of Dissolution or Legal Separation
Kathryn Kirkland, Diana Richmond, Stephen James Wagner, and Ira Lurvey.
The chapter discusses the rules governing finality of a judgment for purposes of terminating marital status. It addresses the effect of a refusal to enter judgment. The chapter discusses the res judicata effects of a judgment of dissolution. It outlines the procedures for obtaining a judgment in regular and bifurcated proceedings, and the required notices regarding the entry of judgment. The chapter also addresses restoration of a wife's former name, and entry of judgments nunc pro tunc.
The chapter also discusses the nature of legal separation judgments. It compares legal separation judgments with dissolution judgments, and explains the effect of a judgment of legal separation on subsequent dissolution proceedings.
The chapter also includes illustrative forms pertaining to judgments of dissolution and legal separation.
California Family Law Practice and Procedure guides practitioners through California's procedural and substantive law with respect to a wide range of family law matters including marital dissolution, adoption, paternity, and unmarried cohabitation.It provides a "one-stop" resource for all issues that arise in the family law context, providing answers for both the litigation and transactional aspects of this complex practice area. It guides the practitioner through clear, in-depth treatment of issues, practice tips, form instructions, illustrative forms, and citation to current authority.
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RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
Chapter 12 discusses judgments of nullity of marriage.
Chapter 97 addresses summary dissolution proceedings.
Chapter 121 discusses statements of decision.
Chapter 130 explains the modification of judgments and orders.
Chapter 131 discusses motions to set aside judgments.
Chapter 132 addresses the judgment of judgments.
Chapters 140 to 142 cover the enforcement of judgments, with special considerations
applicable to out-of-state and foreign judgments being addressed in Chapters 150 and 151.
Chapter 25 discusses the effect of a judgment of dissolution on succession to marital property, and chapter 160 addresses the tax effects of a judgment of dissolution.
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