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The reliable advice contained in Know-How for Family Lawyers is based upon the combined expertise of family law specialists. They take the reader expertly through all the essential elements of practice, including preparing affidavits and statements, briefing clients and witnesses, bringing in counsel, going to trial, instituting divorce proceedings, negotiation, dealing with financial provision, timing, and strategy. They also advise on how to deal with potential problem areas such as how to handle the difficult client. As part of the overriding aim to help practitioners successfully through a family law case, the authors also provide valuable discussion, including hints and tips, on the negotiating process. Learn from the experts how to develop negotiating skills, when to negotiate and how to conclude negotiations. The practitioner's role before, during and after the hearing is also discussed. Throughout the book, emphasis is firmly placed on good practice and client care. Due consideration is also given to other matters such as mediation, difficult areas of law, legal aid and developing the family law practice as a whole, including staff management, marketing and the value of mai