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Your account, email notification, and talk page have all been set up. Let me know if you need any help, but in the meantime please review your chapters on Introduction to the Legal System for Family Matters and never hesitate to contact email@example.com, and of course the help guides Clicklaw Wikibooks Contributor Guide.--Nate Russell (talk) 16:24, 13 June 2013 (PDT)
In law, (1) a lawyer's bill to their client or a statement, or (2) a person's recollection of events.
In law, the re-examination of a term of an order or agreement, usually to determine whether the term remains fair and appropriate in light of the circumstances prevailing at the time of the review. In family law, particularly the review of an order or agreement provided for the payment of spousal support. See "de novo," "family law agreements," "order" and "spousal support."
A term under the Family Law Act that describes the visitation rights of a person who is not a guardian with a child. Contact may be provided by court order or by an agreement among the child's guardians with parental responsibility for making decisions about contact. See "guardian" and "parental responsibilities."