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Law Dictionary | Family Law

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animus deserendi - LawyerIntl.com - Latin

Texas - Bouvier 1856 - English

Qualifying Widower filing status - Internal Revenue Service - United States Department of Treasury - English

lex canuleia - LawyerIntl.com - Latin

res mancipi - Bouvier 1856 - Latin

anni nubiles - Bouvier 1856 - Latin

et ux - LawyerIntl.com - English

person - Bouvier 1856 - English

lex iulia de maritandis ordinibus - LawyerIntl.com - Latin

covert baron - William C. Anderson, A Dictionary of Law (1893) - English

sponsalia, or stipulatio sponsalitia - Bouvier 1856 - Latin

divorce - lawyerintl.com 2005 - English

onus probandi - Bouvier 1856 - English

Emotional disturbance - U.S. Department of Health And Human Services - English

maritagium - Bouvier 1856 - English

lex iulia de adulteriis coercendis - LawyerIntl.com - Latin

orbitas - LawyerIntl.com - Latin

relations - Bouvier 1856 - English

family - Bouvier 1856 - English

guardian - Delaware State Courts - First State Judiciary - English

Concurrent planning - U.S. Department of Health And Human Services - English

dependent - Internal Revenue Service - United States Department of Treasury - English

undue influence - Utah State Courts - English

separate maintenance - lawyerintl.com 2005 - English

primogeniture - Bouvier 1856 - English

Legally free - U.S. Department of Health And Human Services - English

capitularies - Bouvier 1856 - English

Stepparent adoption - U.S. Department of Health And Human Services - English

Adoptee - U.S. Department of Health And Human Services - English

Adoption exchange - U.S. Department of Health And Human Services - English

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