So I'm doing a grammar for my conlang (constructed language). My conlang is a very verb-heavy/polysynthetic language. E.g. subordinate clauses are marked on the verb. To create a conditional clause -ni is suffixed to the verb, so that sautnuni would mean If I give it to you. It's somewhat like using -ing verbs adverbially, but with much more variation. E.g. Going to you, I saw a bird flying is nothing more than When I went to you, I saw a bird flying.
However, how should I organize my grammar? I mean where should I describe my different subordinate clauses, e.g. how they exactly work? In the Verb chapter or in the Syntax chapter? Other than most European languages, subordinate clauses (or at least the 'marker' for it) are more a part of the verb, as they are an inflectional feature.
So how should I organize it?
PS: This are also called converbs IIRC. My converbs are finite though (have person marking and so on)