Scroll down to the "Family" section for materials relating to divorce practice.
Online version of Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education course handbooks. You can browse the list of titles or search by keyword, and print PDF files of relevant sections or chapters. Forms are usually included.
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The Uniform Law Commission (ULC, also known as the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws) provides states with suggested uniform laws. State legislatures decide whether to adopt the uniform laws in their original form, or amended. Uniform laws have brought greater clarity and stability to many areas of law. Use the Final Acts and Legislation tab on the right to find the laws and determine which states have adopted them.
Reynolds & Flores' guide to legal systems and sources of major codes, court cases, and other primary and secondary law for jurisdictions of the world (including information on English translations, law by subject, and links to websites). Use the "Laws by Subject" tab to find information on the family law of foreign countries.
Guide to legal systems worldwide and major law sources. Current sources of codes and basic legislation in jurisdictions from around the world.
CCH Tax aggregates in one platform an immense number of resources about federal, state and local taxation. Use the search box at the top to find information on divorce and family law-related issues.
Includes primary sources and secondary sources for antitrust, corporate and securities, banking, intellectual property, and tax law, including the Federal Securities Law Reporter, the Trade Regulation Reporter, Standard Federal Tax Reporter, U.S. Tax Treaties Reporter, and many other looseleaf services, treatises, guides, and newsletters.
BNA's Tax and Accounting Center provides in depth, practical information on United States tax laws and compliance. You can browse U.S. Income Portfolios to see what subjects they cover.
United States income tax portfolios include primary sources (Internal Revenue Code, Treasury Regulations, IRS publications, tax treaties and the like) and analysis, current news, commentary and forms. Also includes information about foreign taxation as it may affect the United States or its citizens.