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Library Resources

Last Updated July 2007

All of the materials listed below can be found on the first floor of the library. Items listed as being on "RESERVE" may be requested at the Circulation Desk. Items listed as "NJREF" may be found in the "Reference Library" room next to the Circulation Desk. To find additional materials, please consult the Law Library online catalog, and our Internet Law Guide New Jersey Law page.

New Jersey Statutes Annotated
Especially: Title 2A Chapter 34 on divorce, alimony, and child custody; Title 37 on marriages and married persons; and Title 9 Chapter 3 on adoption.
NJREF & RESERVE
KFN
1830
Rules Governing the Courts of the State of New Jersey, comments & annotations by Slyvia B. Pressler Gann Law Books, annual). Part 5: Rules Governing Practice in the Chancery Division, Family Part; Appendix IX: Child Support Guidelines. RESERVE
KFN
2329
.A3 P7
Family Law: the Basic Guide to New Jersey Divorce with Forms and Court Rules,
by Mark Gruber (N.J. Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 2006).
NJREF
KFN
1900
.Z9 G89
Family Law Practice in New Jersey, (chapters by various authors)
(Law Practice Handbooks, Inc., 1996). Chapter 2, "Pleadings in Matrimonial Actions,"
by Allen S. Zeller, consists of forms.
NJREF
KFN
1900
.F36
1996
Guralnick's New Jersey Family Law Annotated
Mark S. Guralnick (Thomson West 2007). Includes texts of statutes and notes of court decisions.
RESERVE
KFN
1844
.A3
New Jersey Family Law Pamphlet (annual) ( Thomson West )
Includes N.J. Statutes Title 9 (Children), Title 37 (Marriages), Title 2A, Chapter 34 (Divorce etc.), selected other statutes, Court Rules Part 5, and Child Support Guidelines.
RESERVE
KFN
1894
.A29 N48
New Jersey Family Law Practice, 12th ed. by Gary N. Skoloff & Laurence J. Cutler
(N.J. Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 2006, 3 volumes + forms volume + historical documents volume).
RESERVE
KFN
1900
.S55
New Jersey Family Law, by Alan M. Grosman
(Lexis Law Publishing, 1999; updated with annual supplements). Includes forms.
RESERVE
KFN
1894
.G76
New Jersey Pleading & Practice Forms, Vol. 5: Family Law NJREF
KFN
2330
New Jersey Practice, Volumes 10-12 Family Law & Practice
by Susan R. Winters & Thomas D. Baldwin.
NJREF
KFN
1880
.N4
A Self-Help Guide to Divorce in New Jersey, 2nd ed. (Legal Services of New Jersey, 2007) NJREF & RESERVE
KFN
1900
.Z9
S45
You and the Law in New Jersey by Melville D. Miller, et al. 2nd ed. (Legal Services of New Jersey, 1998). Chapter 8, "Law and the Family". KFN1881
.M55
Yudes Family Law Citator, by John P. Yudes
N.J. Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1995, updated).
Consists of abstracts of case law.
RESERVE
KFN
1894
.Z9 Y4

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