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Family Law: Electronic Resources

Family Law

This is a guide to the major resources on the subject of Family Law. This guide includes electronic resources and print material available to faculty and students at Creighton University Law Library.

family law (1919) 1. The body of law dealing with marriage, divorce, adoption, child custody and support, child abuse and neglect, paternity, assisted reproductive technology, and other domestic-relations issues. • Juvenile delinquency is sometimes considered part of family law, though some categorize it only as criminal law. — Also termed domestic relationsdomestic-relations law. 2. (More broadly) all the law dealing with wills and estates, property, constitutional rights, contracts, employment, and finance as they relate to families.
FAMILY LAW, Black's Law Dictionary (11th ed. 2019)

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