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Family Law 101/Overview in Low-Income Family Law Cases, Part III

Recorded on: Aug. 16, 2018
Running Time: 00:59:35

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Taken from the Web Program California Family Law Basics: Pro Bono Representation in Low-Income Family Law Cases 2018 Recorded August 2018 in San Francisco

Family Law 101/Overview in Low-Income Family Law Cases, Part III [00:59:35]
• Initial pleadings: 
   • Petition and attachments
   • Summons
   • Service of Process
   • TROs, ex parte motions, DVPAs, etc.
• Overview of paths of dissolution to judgment (flowchart)
Christopher J. Donnelly, Robyn Dunlap, Janet L. Frankel

Presentation Material
  • Elkins v. Superior Court of Contra Costa County, 41 Cal.4th 1337, Supreme Court of California (August 2007)
    Stephanie E. Bilinski, Christopher J. Donnelly, Janet L. Frankel
  • Reifler v. Superior Court of Los Angeles County, 39 Cal.App.3d 479, Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 1, California (May 1974)
    Stephanie E. Bilinski, Christopher J. Donnelly, Janet L. Frankel
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    Christopher J. Donnelly ~ Partner, Leland, Parachini, Steinberg, Matzger & Melnick, LLP
    Robyn Dunlap ~ Family Law Staff Attorney, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
    Janet L. Frankel ~ Certified Specialist in Family Law, Law Offices of Janet L. Frankel
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