How to Build and Manage a Family Law Practice

A must-read for any family lawyer, this book helps you understand the specialized skills and knowledge necessary to build and manage a successful and rewarding practice. It takes a no-nonsense, nuts-and-bolts approach in explaining the most critical issues for developing a thriving family law practice.

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A must-read for any family lawyer, this book helps you understand the specialized skills and knowledge necessary to build and manage a successful and rewarding practice. It takes a no-nonsense, nuts-and-bolts approach in explaining the most critical issues for developing a thriving family law practice.

You'll benefit from the author's experience as he shares a wealth of tips, techniques, forms, and checklists that will help shorten the learning curve for lawyers just starting out in family law and enhance the knowledge of those with established legal practices. Through examples and explanations, this book reveals how the practitioner can gain practical experience in the area, understand the specialized business aspects of a family law practice, develop and maintain the ideal client mix, and manage staff, cases, and finances. It also includes access to appendices of sample documents that can be downloaded.

Topics covered include:
  • Starting a practice
  • Office systems and marketing
  • Fees and billing
  • Dealing with clients
  • Staffing issues
  • The service ethos
  • Trial preparation and presentation
  • Time, case, and financial management
  • Taking care of yourself

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