Family Law Publications
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Annotated Texas Family Code (2016)
A project of the SBOT Family Law Section and the Texas Family Law Foundation
1 volume; softbound
Instant Download! Digital Product includes:
- The digital product includes a download of the text of the entire book in PDF.
- Texas and federal case and statutory citations are linked to the Casemaker database online.
- Also included are the full text of selected CLE articles from the TexasBarCLE Online Library.
Family Law At Your Fingertips
Quick access to the substantive law. Family Law at Your Fingertips is an excellent research tool for quick access to the substantive law regarding alimony, protective orders and characterization of property (includes business interests, trusts, employment compensation benefits, reimbursement, tracing and reconstituted estates).
Family Lawyer’s Essential Toolkit (2017)
One copy included with Family Law Section membership
Includes such useful resources as a quick reference child support chart, minimum wage charts, generic examination guidelines and more.
Predicates Manual 3.0
Essential information for offering evidence
The Predicates Manual was developed to assist attorneys in trial with the evidentiary predicates for evidence/exhibits commonly used in trial. Each predicate contains a step-by-step process for offering a pieces of evidence and the statutory or case authority for the predicate.
Texas Family Law Practice Manual
Includes Texas Family Law Practice Manual digital product. In statewide use for more than three decades, the Texas Family Law Practice Manual and its predecessors have demonstrated their value to every lawyer who practices any family law—in drafting forms, answering questions, and making family law practice more efficient.
The Client Notebook
The Client Notebook is the go-to guide for attorneys to be able to print out information in an easy-to-read format for clients. The various topics include explaining the general process of a divorce case, filling out an inventory and appraisement, attending a deposition, submitting to a psychological evaluation, navigating social media, maintaining privilege, and concluding the case with the final judgment and ancillary documents.