This book, which contains selected Florida constitutional provisions and statutes as well as relevant federal legislation, is designed as a supplement to all domestic relations casebooks. It helps students learn current Florida law, sharpen their ability to read and interpret statutes, and prepare for the Florida Bar exam.
Especially valuable to those looking for a quick update, the Significant Legislative Changes section highlights new and revised laws.
“Professor Phyllis Coleman has done the heavy lifting in compiling a comprehensive collection of family law statutes that directly apply to the practice of domestic relations law. This single volume is a convenient and valuable resource that provides the reader with accurate and updated information on a variety of family law topics; law students and practitioners alike find the book a valuable resource.” — Tim Arcaro, Professor of Law, Nova Southeastern University
“Florida Family Law Text and Commentary…is a wonderful desktop reference. It is very convenient to have all the statutes that relate to family law in one volume… I am sure that law students and family lawyers will find the book a welcome addition to their libraries.” — Brenda Abrams, Past Chair, Family Law Section, The Florida Bar“Professor Coleman's statute book examines diverse topics: Marriage and the Family, Adoption, Home Schooling, Alienage, Indian Law, Bankruptcy, [and] School Choice. This book consists of Florida constitutional provisions as well as statutes. Every law school in the Southeast and beyond will want a copy of this deskbook.” — Bimonthly Review of Law Books
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.