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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- migratory divorce
- family law
- Collusive divorce
- Migratory Divorce
- a the body of law that defines relationships, rights, and duties in the formation, existence, and dissolution of marriage and other family units.
- b the collection or seizure of property by a marshal or sheriff with a writ of execution.
- c A divorce obtained in a state to which one or both spouses traveled before returning to their original state. the husband and/or wife travels (migrates) to another state in order to obtain a divorce--usually because it is procedurally easier to divorce there. he or she establishes a domicile in the state, obtains the divorce, and then returns to the "home" state, where at some point there will be an attempt to enforce the "foreign" divorce judgement. If the domicile was valid, theis divorce is entitled to full faith and credit (i.e. it must be enforced) by the home state or any other state at least with respect to the dissolution of the marriage.
- d a divorce obtained in a state to which one or both spouses traveled before returning to their original state
- e A divorce that results from an agreement or "conspiracy" between a husband and wife to commit fraud on the court by falsely letting it appear that they qualify procedurally or sustantively for a divorce.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the personal jurisdiction that a state acquires over a nonresident defendant because of his or her purposeful contact with the state.
- a special guardian appointed by the court to represent the interests of another.
- the right of both parents to have the child reside with both for alternating (but not necessarily equal) periods of time.
- Both the plaintiff and the defendant appear at the hearing or other court proceeding to contest all the issues.
- income that will be assumed to be available regardless of whether it is actually available.
5 True/False Questions
divorce → a court declaration that a validly entered marriage is dissolved
Divisible Divorce → A divorce that results from an agreement or "conspiracy" between a husband and wife to commit fraud on the court by falsely letting it appear that they qualify procedurally or sustantively for a divorce.
initiating state → the state in which a support case is filed in order to forward it to another statae (called the responding state ) for enforcement proceedings under the UIFSA.
writ of execution → a document directing a court officer to seize the proerty of someone who lost a judgment, sell it, and pay the winner of the judgment.
Bilateral Divorce → A divorce granted by a court when both parties were present before the court.