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A guide to resources on divorce, child custody, visitation and related resources for Georgia and the Carolinas
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Child Custody, Support, and Visitation- Books in the Library


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Substantive Law of Child Custody - The Honorable Timothy L. Brown
Call Number: KFS1904.6.B76 2006
Publication Date: 2006

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Child Support: Representing the Non-Custodial Parent - Robert W. Rushing, Jr.
Call Number: KFS1904.8.R87 2009
Publication Date: 2009

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Nolo's Essential Guide to Child Custody and Support - Attornery Emily Doskow
Call Number: KF547 .D67 2011
ISBN: 9781413313772
Publication Date: 2011-12-02

 

Other Helpful Books in the Library


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South Carolina Family Court Handbook - South Carolina Bar Family Law Section
Call Number: KFS 1894.5 .Z9 S68 2013
Publication Date: 2013

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Marital Litigation in South Carolina - Roy T. Stuckey
Call Number: KFS1895 .S88 2010
Publication Date: 2010

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Marriage and Divorce Law in South Carolina - Roy T. Stuckey
Call Number: KFS1894 .Z9 S89 2007
ISBN: 1570038201
Publication Date: 2009-01-01

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Represent Yourself in Court - Paul Bergman; Sara J. Berman-Barrett; Mike Twohy (Illustrator); Sara Berman
Call Number: KF8841 .B47 2007
ISBN: 9781413307108
Publication Date: 2008-02-08

Child Custody and Visitation- Online Forms and Resources

 

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