The (almost) painless divorce: what your lawyer won't tell you

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Evanston Pub., 1996 - Family & Relationships - 208 pages
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If you are considering or are in the midst of a divorce, learn how to take charge of the legal process while minimizing your financial and emotional stress. Dispensing good sense with a sense of humor, this comprehensive handbook of divorce options explores every aspect of divorce, from choosing a lawyer (or working without one) to the pros and cons of arbitration and mediation. This essential guide also includes first-person accounts from lawyers, mediators, and divorced men and women; listings of arbitration and mediation services (U.S.A. and Canada); a bibliography of relevant books and legal guides; names of support organizations; information about pro se and low-cost legal aid programs and materials; questionnaires; checklists; and a sample attorney-client contract.

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