Buy Guided PLST 340-Family Law
This course provides a balanced introduction to the theories, doctrines, and practices of family law. Students will learn the fundamental principles of family law, discuss important policy issues, learn practical skills and consider the ethical issues confronted by those who help process legal documents in family law.
For information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.
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Measurable Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Understand legal concepts associated with family law.
- Draft key documents associated with divorce and dissolution of marriage.
- Conduct a client interview.
- Assess whether a marriage is valid.
- Describe the equitable distribution process and what methods are available to enforce alimony and child support awards.
- Explain the factors a court may consider in determining alimony, child support, and child custody.
- Identify common discoveries devised and used in family law cases.
- Understand legal issues associated with assisted reproductive technology.
- Understand the basic legal requirements of drafting a premarital or marital agreement.
Textbook reading and presentations when available
Course Requirements Checklist
After reading the Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.
There will be four Discussions, each taking place over two weeks. A minimum of two sources must be cited for each initial thread. A minimum of one source must be cited for each reply post. The initial thread should be 250–300 words. There should be two replies of 100–150 words each.
Short Answer Assignment
Students will be assigned two homework questions that require short answers. The assignment should be 300-600 words in length.
Short Essay Assignments (3)
There will be three short essays that are to be 500-1000 words.
There will be three open-book/open-note quizzes containing 30 multiple-choice and true/false questions. Students will be given 1 hour to complete each quiz. Each quiz will cover course material; specific modules will be noted in the quiz description in Canvas.
- Quiz: Marriage, Parenthood, and Dissolution
- Quiz: Discovery, Child Custody, and Child Support
- Quiz: Dissolution and Cohabitation
Quiz: Final will cover the course material from all modules. Students will answer three short essay questions. There is no minimum or maximum length requirement. However, the student will need to explain their responses fully with well-reasoned explanations, demonstrating a thorough understanding of the topics as explained throughout the course. The student may also incorporate additional research. The content must be the student’s own and should not be comprised of more than 25% quotes.
Each short essay response must cite a minimum of two scholarly sources using in-text Bluebook citation format. Acceptable sources include the textbook, the Bible, and scholarly articles.
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