Family Law: Domestic Relations. This course covers the central issues in the practice of family law, including constitutional principles that circumscribe the state's power over private relations, marriage (the law of the intact marriage and the consequences of marital status), nonmarital families, divorce, division of property on divorce, valuation, alimony, Federal tax consequences, child support, child custody and visitation, postjudgment modification of custody and relocation, family law jurisdiction, and private agreements in family law (prenuptial and separation). Professor Aviv
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