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Family Law Research Guide

This guide is provided to assist patrons with family law research questions. There are sections specifically aimed toward Practitioners, Self-Help or Pro Se individuals, and Students. There is also a section that lists specific topics of interest to famil

Secondary Sources

For researchers new to the area of family law, a secondary source is a good way to get started. Family law is state law. However, beginning researchers may find a general family law treatise useful, such as:

If Colorado is the jurisdiction for your family law matter, a state specific, Colorado treatise, such as one listed below would be another good place to start. These treatises are written by experts in the area of Colorado-specific family law. For more information on Colorado Family Law, you may want to contact the Colorado Bar Association Family Law Section.

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