Settling Family Law Cases: Practical Techniques for Advocates and Neutrals

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Family law cases are notoriously difficult to settle. Containing hundreds of practical tips, Settling Family Law Cases: Practical Techniques for Advocates and Neutrals explains how to prepare for negotiation and mediations, choose the right dispute resolution process, develop cooperative parenting plans, deal with difficult parties, and overcome impasse. Authored by a team of leading experts, this book is a valuable resource for legal professionals interested in resolving family law matters expeditiously and successfully.

direct, hard hitting and realistic The purchase of Lornes book will not be maximized unless you go over it, turn the pages, appreciate it, and put it on your bookshelf in a handy place so that you can go back to it, time and time again. And when you go back to it, you can look at the chapters, get exactly to the point you want to be at, and read the key points again. I believe this book should be in every family lawyers tool box.

From the book review Reviewing the Best Book a Family Law Lawyer Could Read in 2017, by Haig DeRusha, DeRusha Law Firm

Settling Family Law Cases is a useful reference for all family law and related professionals mediators, arbitrators, valuators, parenting coordinators, you name it and is a book that not only should all of us toiling in the vineyards of marital discord (per Walsh, J) acquire but keep on or near our desks. While it may well look good on the shelf, its utility is that much greater in hand.

From the Foreword by Stephen Grant, Grant Crawford & Watson LLP


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