Additionally, this book provides a multitude of practical and money-saving tips, such as an explanation of retainers, considerations when interviewing and hiring a family law attorney or mediator, and tools to help reduce costs and to proceed through the case efficiently.
Typically, information found in this book is discussed during a consultation with a family law attorney, which can cost hundreds of dollars. For a fraction of the cost of a consultation with an attorney, the same information can be obtained by reading this book in the comfort of your own home. This book applies to most family law actions, including divorce, legal separation, child custody, paternity, child support and spousal support.
Some of the most critical decisions made are those that are made prior to anything even being filed with the court. These early decisions will impact the flow of the rest of the family law case. Therefore, it is imperative to become educated early on to make informed decisions from the outset. This book helps ensure the family law case starts out correctly and serves as a helpful guide to reduce costs along the way.
While there are legal references specific to California, many of the principals can be applied nationally. Regardless of your location, you should always consult with a family law attorney in your area before taking any legal action.
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About the Author
Early in his family law career, Mr. Ginter became trained in, and started practicing, non-adversarial (out-of-court) methods for resolving family law disputes, including such matters as divorce, legal separation, child custody, child support, spousal support, and property division. In addition to receiving many hours of training in litigation, collaborative law and mediation, Mr. Ginter held the position of vice co-chair of the Sacramento Pro Bono Mediation Group (previously disbanded) and he has guest-lectured at Sacramento State University on the topic of mediation.
For more information about Bryan C. Ginter, J.D. and Ginter Family Law, as well as helpful family law resources, visit www.GinterFamilyLaw.com.