By Sandra Starr Uretsky
Nothing in law school truly prepares a graduate for real-world lawyering.
By Taryn R. Zimmerman
When a litigant is self-employed, obtaining a picture of their cash flow can be a tedious endeavor.
By Jonathan W. Lounsberry
Learn how to streamline the litigation process and enhance your evidence's impact.
By Philip Segal
Why your client may know more than she thinks.
By Dolly Hernandez
Discovery requests should include ESI, which presents a predicament for practitioners who consult with clients or their spouses who utilize social media websites.
By Coleen M. Penacho
In 2008, 13.7 million parents had custody of 22 million children with the other parent living elsewhere. Mothers accounted for 82.6 percent of these custodial parents.
By Margaret R. Kerouac Esq.
The handbook is a valuable resource for new and intermediate practitioners of collaborative law as well as those who are considering involvement in the collaborative process.
By Andrew Z. Soshnick
Despite the lax nature of some family-law courts, the prepared lawyer should treat family-law cases as if they were the same as any other form of civil litigation.