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How do states select/appoint family court judges?
How do states record family law proceedings?
What’s the minimum wait-period for divorces, once filed?

Current Law
State-by-State

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The High Cost of Not Having an Official Court Record

Many attorneys consider having an official court record essential for major hearings in family law cases. From intimate partner violence hearings to custody cases, having an official court record can provide much-needed clarity to court orders and help to preserve the option to later appeal a ruling in a case.

    The Problem of Perjury

    One of the biggest concerns in family law courts is that far too much of the information given to the court is false.  Now there is push for stiffer penalties for lying to the court.