Client Letters For The Family Lawyer: Saving Time, Managing Relationships, And Practicing Preventive Law
Publish Date: 2015-02-16
Author: Mark E. Sullivan
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These practice-tested forms, letters, and checklists educate and inform family law clients about the divorce process they are embarking upon. Informative handouts in plain English clearly explain various legal issues while offering the family lawyer a convenient and logical way to obtain and manage critical client information. Many are written in question-and-answer format easy for clients to understand and can be modified to fit a practice or jurisdiction. Topics include office procedures, discovery and trial, state-specific issues, and general or federal law.