Texas Family Law Practice Manual

Newly Revised 3rd Edition

  • A project of the Family Law Section Council, Georganna L. Simpson and Norma Levine Trusch, cochairs
  • Instant Download! Digital Product Features
  • 6 loose-leaf volumes and 1 softbound practice notes volume
  • 5,562 pages
  • Includes supplementation through 2016
  • © 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016
  • $695.00 for hard copy plus digital download
  • $645.00 for digital version only
  • Online version: $299.88 for one-year subscription, $29.99 for monthly subscription

Texas Family Practice ManualNow including a 2016 supplement, the Texas Family Law Practice Manual and its predecessors have proved their value to every lawyer who practices any family law. This time-tested and essential resource will answer any question you may have, as well as allow you to download and assemble more than 700 family forms, quickly and efficiently. Save time and money with the Texas Family Law Practice Manual.

Six loose-leaf volumes featuring forms used in title 1, title 1-A, title 2, title 4, and title 5 proceedings provide marginal notes and precise instructions ensuring the production of documents tailored to each individual case. The forms volumes include a comprehensive and helpful subject index and form title index.

1,300 pages of practice notes provide synopses of the relevant law and helpful practical advice for the practitioner on a wide range of family law topics, all coming from a committee of experts. The practice notes volume also features a subject index, as well as indexes of statutes and rules, and of cases cited.

Included with the purchase of the manual, the Texas Family Law Practice Manual 2016 supplement reflects recent legislative, case-law, and rule updates.

The Texas Family Law Practice Manual digital product is included at no charge with purchase of the printed manual and may also be purchased separately. The digital product contains the full text of the book as two hyperlinked and fully word-searchable PDF files to allow for simple, rapid navigation to topics of interest. All State Bar of Texas–copyrighted forms are available in Word for easy assembly. The digital product includes hyperlinked Texas and federal case and statutory citations so you can go straight to the case or statute you need in the free Casemaker Web Library.

Finally, the digital product contains a custom toolbar for Word forms that allows users to show, hide, print, and delete all instructional material. Other features include prompts to facilitate completing the form.