Divorce -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : To the humane and compassionate of all ranks, especially of the fair sex, is with the greatest deferrence adressed. An humble representation of the most lamentable and unhappy case of Mrs. Christian Stewart, otherwise Morrison, by having her marriage with George Morrison, Esq; dissolved by the High Court of Delegates, on the 5th of December 1749.
Divorce settlements -- Connecticut -- Statistics. : Women and children beware [electronic resource] : the economic consequences of divorce in Connecticut ; a research report / prepared by Leslie J. Brett, Sharon Toffey Shepela, Janet Kniffin ; research consultants, Jennifer Brown, G. Donald Ferree.
Divorce settlements -- France. : Traité du droit d'habitation : pour servir d'appendice au traité du douaire : traité des donations entre mari et femme, et du don mutuel / par l'auteur du traités des obligations.
Divorce settlements -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Arcana clericalia, or, The mysteries of clerkship explained, declaring, defining and illustrating the essential and formal parts of deeds and their nature, operations and use in conveying, limiting and setling estates by deeds, fines, and recoveries, in fee, in tail, for life for years, to uses, in trust, &c., with charter-parties and other instruments in merchants affairs, and containing divers precedents / heretofore collected by George Billinghurst ; now improved and digested in a regular method, and enlarged with variety of modern, select, and approved precedents by H. Curson.
Divorce settlements -- Japan. : The irrelevance of assessing fault in making a settlement in disputes between parties where intention cannot be assumed or proved : some Japanese examples / by William H. Newell.
Somerset, Frances Howard Carr, 1593-1632 -- Divorce. : The case of impotency : as debated in England, in that remarkable tryal, an. 1613 between Robert Earl of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard, who, after eight years marriage, commenc'd a suit against him for impotency. Containing I. The whole proceedings and debates on both sides. II. The report of the seven matrons appointed to search the Countess. III. The intrigue between her and the Earl of Somerset, who after the divorce married her. IV. A detection of some politicks in the Court of King James the First / written by George Abbot, D.D. Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. In two volumes. .
Divorce -- South Africa. : The South African law of husband and wife / by H.R. Hahlo ; with an appendix on jurisdiction and conflict of laws by Professor Ellison Kahn.
Divorce -- Statistics -- Congresses. : Address from the National Congress on Uniform Divorce Laws to the President and the Congress of the United States and the governors and legislatures of the several states [electronic resource] : together with the resolutions adopted by the Divorce Congress at Washington, February 19-23, 1906 : draft of a uniform law relating to annulment of marriage and divorce : and, separate laws relating to return of statistics on marriage and divorce, as finally adopted by the Divorce Congress at Philadelphia, November 13-14, 1906.
Divorce suits -- British Columbia. : Child sexual abuse allegations : custody and access litigation : materials prepared for a Continuing Legal Education seminar held in Vancouver, B.C. on October 19 & 20, 1990 / course co-ordinators, Trudi L. Brown, M. Jerry McHale ; instructors, Mary Ellen Boyd ... [and others].
Divorce suits -- Connecticut. : Report of the proceedings on the petition of Mrs. Sarah M. Jarvis [electronic resource] : for a divorce from her husband, Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, D.D., L.L.D. : before a committee of the legislature of Connecticut.