Yates Family Law, P.C.
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Changes Lead To Choices Your Expert Guides Through Changing Times
Yates Family Law, P.C.
Speak with one of our attorneys today.
going separate ways?
Changes Lead To ChoicesYour Expert Guides Through Changing Times
Important Announcement: Client meetings will continue to be offered over the telephone or virtually on the Zoom platform. At the firm’s discretion, in person meetings will require guests to show proof of vaccination status. Your attorney and legal staff will inform you on the court’s position on in person vs. virtual attendance in court or court related meetings as it applies to your case. Please continue to use email and telephone as the primary means to communicate with your attorney, paralegals and legal assistants. Thank you.

Reading

Recommended Reading

Our Office has developed a “team effort” philosophy of client representation. While the client cannot function as an attorney, a general knowledge of the law and the various factors considered by the court is extremely important. We strongly recommend you buy a book entitled “The Divorce Handbook” by James T. Freidman. This is not a “how-to-do-it” book, it is a questions and answer book which:

  1. Provides information for resolving and answering specific divorce questions and problems.
  2. Contains a glossary of divorce-related legal terms to help you better understand the process in which you are now involved.
  3. Identifies information which will be important to your case.
  4. Tells you where, when, and how to find that information.

The Divorce Handbook
by James T. Freidman

Joint Custody With A Jerk
by Julie A. Ross, M.A.
and Judy Corcoran

Custody for Fathers
by Carleen Brennan and
Michael Brennan-Attorney at Law

A copy of these books may be purchased through our office or by visiting www.amazon.com