Modern Family Law: Cases and Materials (Aspen Casebook)

ISBN-13: 9781454870050

ISBN-10: 1454870052

Author: D. Kelly Weisberg, Susan Frelich Appleton

Edition: 6

Publication date:
2015
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer
Format:
Hardcover 992 pages
Category:
Engineering, Law
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Acknowledged author D. Kelly Weisberg wrote Modern Family Law: Cases and Materials (Aspen Casebook) comprising 992 pages back in 2015. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 1454870052 and 9781454870050. Since then Modern Family Law: Cases and Materials (Aspen Casebook) textbook received total rating of 3.5 stars and was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $72.67 or rent at the marketplace.


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Modern Family Law reflects the social diversity of the modern family as it examines the legal impacts of the women s movement, the children s rights movement, the fathers rights movement, domestic violence, changing sexual mores, nontraditional family forms, and developments in reproductive technology. Integrating valuable interdisciplinary perspectives, the text includes excerpts, notes, and questions emanating from history, psychology, sociology, social work, medicine, and philosophy. A variety of problem exercises, most derived from actual cases and current events, covers cross-cutting themes as well as the basics of family law. Human-interest stories that complement the cases heighten student awareness of the real impact of the law on people s lives. Modern Family Law easily adapts to shorter or longer courses.

The Sixth Edition offers contemporary perspectives on family law theory and covers new developments on such topics as alienation of affections, adoption, assisted reproduction, attorneys sexual ethics, bigamy, child abuse, child custody and support, divorce, domestic violence, grandparents visitation rights, names in the family, parentage, premarital agreements, and reproductive rights. The text features major coverage of developments on same-sex marriage, DOMA, and other issues of equality for gay and lesbian families. The decline of marriage and the rise of new conceptualizations of family are explored along with the return of the culture wars, including political disputes about contraception.