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Collaborative law : achieving effective resolution in divorce without litigation

Author: Pauline H Tesler
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Section of Family Law, American Bar Association, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This handbook explains the emerging dispute resolution model of collaborative law that is helping family lawyers bring their clients through the divorce passage. The diskette contains sample forms,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pauline H Tesler
ISBN: 1570739315 9781570739316
OCLC Number: 47056334
Description: xxii, 242 pages : forms ; 23 cm + 1 computer disc (3 1/2 in.)
Details: System requirement for accompanying computer disk: IBM PC or compatible, Microsoft Word 6.0 or later version.
Contents: Why collaborative law, why now? --
Overview of collaborative law --
Becoming a collaborative lawyer : the retooling process --
Overview : the stages of a collaborative law representation --
The nuts and bolts of effective collaborative law practice --
Key moments in a collaborative representation --
Documents and useful forms --
Ethical considerations for collaborative lawyers --
Developing and marketing your collaborative law practice --
Collaborative law beyond family law --
Frequently asked questions about collaborative law --
Appendixes.
Responsibility: Pauline H. Tesler.

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