Years ago, the husband or wife could sue a third party for becoming

 Years ago, the husband or wife could sue a third party for becoming emotionally involved with his or her spouse and interfering with or breaking up the marriage. This type of action is called ________________. (Points : 1)  Display of affection
 Alienation of affection
 Emotional affection
 None of the above

Question 2.2. Every law office has its own particular methods and practices for the following aspects of managing family law cases. Which of the following aspects is incorrect? (Points : 1)  Obtaining and recording information from clients
 Setting up fees
 Preparing legal documents for filing in court
 Assisting the attorney and staff

Question 3.3. Even though parties do not deal at arm’s length when forming a prenuptial agreement, financial disclosure of assets is encouraged and necessary in some instances. (Points : 1)  True

Question 4.4.

In the area of family law, courts and legislatures use many different approaches to address marital disputes and the issue arising from such disputes are:

(Points : 1)  Support and maintenance of family members
 Care and custody of minor children
 Division of property on the breakup of the marital unit
 All of the above

Question 5.5. In states where common law marriage is legal, a relationship is recognized as a common law marriage when two individuals live together and hold themselves out to the world as husband and wife. (Points : 1)  True

Question 6.6.

Separate maintenance is similar to ___________________.

(Points : 1)  Legal division
 Division of property
 Legal separation

Question 7.7. Annulments are alive and well in the United States. (Points : 1)  True

Question 8.8. The court may invalidate certain provisions of a prenuptial agreement while enforcing other provisions. (Points : 1)  True

Question 9.9. Prenuptial agreements or premarital agreements often depend upon contractual principles. (Points : 1)  True

Question 10.10. In every jurisdiction, the judicial system provides specific procedures for bringing disputed substantive family law issues before the court. These procedures include: (Points : 1)  Procedures for initiating family-related actions in a court
 Procedures for acquiring and presenting evidentiary information
 Procedures for providing temporary solutions to issues of support, custody, and visitation while a matter is pending
 Procedures for enforcing or modifying a court’s orders
 All of the above