Family Court Survival Guide - Book Two: Save $$$ on Legal Fees
Learn how to approach your own divorce/separation in the most efficient and cost-effective way. Learn how to avoid incurring unnecessary legal fees that can be avoided. Learn how to preserve the asset pool to the greatest extent possible for the benefit of your family. Learn how to protect your children during this process and to become an amazing co-parent. More
Every litigant seems to ‘reinvent the wheel’ with their own case, learning and making the same mistakes as they go along. This seemed to me to be an incredibly inefficient process from a wider perspective. Hence my goal in writing my Family Court Survival Guide series. I want to help other people to capitalise on what I have learned and discovered about a litigated divorce and about family separation involving children.
This series is divided into three separate books:
The first is entitled: To Court Or Not To Court. This book will help you to understand some of the financial and non-financial costs and potential benefits of litigation. This information will help you to make a more considered decision about the route you choose for your own divorce, and whether or not it makes sense for you, given your own particular set of circumstances.
The second book is entitled: Save $$$ On Legal Fees. This book contains a large number of tips and recommendations that will help you to reduce your total legal bill and other associated costs. In doing so, you should get through your divorce as cheaply as possible with more money left in your pocket at the end of the process.
The third book is called: Children in Focus. In this book, we move away from primarily economic considerations and towards the needs of children during a separation or divorce. This book provides valuable information for all separated parents, whether or not they have elected to proceed with their separation or divorce through the courts.
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