Educating lawyers and the public on Family Law Issues is very important to our firm. For this reason we have helped various authors and have even authored a few family law books of our own. Please feel free to review the books listed on this page. Others will be added over the coming months. Click here to see a list of other Recommended Books.
A CUP OF COFFEE WITH 10 OF THE TOP DIVORCE ATTORNEYS IN THE UNITED STATESBy Marvin L. Solomiany and Randy Van Ittersum A Cup Of Coffee With 10 Of The Top Divorce Attorneys In The United States – This book is for anyone contemplating a divorce or currently going through a divorce. Ten of the top divorce attorneys in the United States will provide you with valuable insights and guide you through the unfamiliar territory of the legal aspects in a divorce. This book will provide accurate information about the most stressful issues you will face during a divorce, such as which process you should use in your divorce: collaboration, mediation, or litigation, and issues surrounding child custody, alimony, and fathers’ rights? You will also learn how to find the best attorney to represent you in your divorce. Divorce can be one of the most life changing events that you will ever experience, and the decisions you make during the divorce proceedings will affect you and your children long after the divorce is final. This book provides powerful insights into the divorce process and should be required reading for anyone facing a divorce.
How to Mediate a Georgia DivorceBy Randall M. Kessler Topics include:
- Who Makes the Rules for Mediation?
- Why is Mediation Often a Better Alternative to Trial?
- How is Family Law Mediation Different from Other Practice Areas?
- What is Unique About Georgia Divorce Mediation?
- How to Prepare the Client for Mediation?
- The Most Important Question to Ask at the Mediation?
- Which Issues Should Be Tackled First?
- What is “Reality Testing”?
- Is There a “Drop Dead” Time or Point Where it is Better to Walk Away From the Mediation?
- How Should a Mediated Agreement Be Drafted? What Should it Include?
- Can a Mediated Agreement Be Turned Into a Full Settlement Agreement?
- Alternatives to Mediation