24 Fam. Advoc. 1 (2001-2002)

handle is hein.journals/famadv24 and id is 1 raw text is: You & Your Lawyer
What you can expect and what
your advocate expects of you
The Language of Divorce
A glossary of legal terms
O A Financial History of
Your Marriage
The numbers tell a story
, Your Marital History
Kids, jobs, health, and happiness
0 A Description of Your Spouse
Expediting service of process
O Discovery-The Paper Chase
Collecting documents
0 Preparing for Your Deposition
What is it, where is it, and
how to proceed
O     Finally, Your Day in Court
Be ready and keep your cool
O Children, Parenting, & Custody
Always put your kids first
O Bibliography
Cover and inside art:
Russ Willms,
Represented by
Three In A Box

A practical journal by the ABA Family Law Section
Vol. 24, No. I
Dear client:
This handbook is brought to you
by the American Bar Association
Family Law Section. It is designed
to help you understand the divorce
process and its terminology as
well as gather documents and
information that may be important
to your case.

The information provided here is
not Intended to replace legal
advice nor is this a do it yourself
guidebook. Rather, Its goal Is to
supplement and reinforce your
lawyer's legal advice and to
enhance communication between
you and your lawyer.
No matter how motivated and
attentive you are, it will be nearly
impossible for you to absorb and
.retain everything your lawyer tells
you. Our hope is that this hand-
book will serve as a reference tool
to help minimize your confusion,
apprehension, and anxiety.
- Willard H. DaSilva
Editor in chief
SFAMILY ADVOCATE (ISSN 0163-71 OX) is published quarterly by
the Section of Family Law, American Bar Association, 750 N. Lake
Shore Drive, Chicago, IL 60611. Quaitv discounts are available.To
Defending Liberty  order, call 1-800-285-2221. Requests for reprint permission should
Pursuing lustice  be sent to Deborah Eisel, Editor. 8205 N. Laramie
St., Skokie, IL 60077. Correspondence should be
sent to Willard H. DaSilva, Editor in Chief, 585 Stewart Ave., Garden
City, NY 11530. The ideas expressed in this issue have not been
approved or endorsed by the ABA House of Delegates, the Board of
Governors, or the Family Law Section, and, accordingly, should not
be construed as representing the policy or preferences of the ABA.
c 2001 American Bar Association ..f,                                 EE
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