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Family Mediation, Arbitration and Collaborative Practice Handbook, 5th Edition

Less than 2% of families resolve their family law issues in court, so they need alternative processes that encourage cooperative, timely and cost effective resolutions: this book discusses each of these processes in depth.



Fournisseur LexisNexis Canada
Pays: Canada
Format Softcover + CD-ROM
Langue de publication: English
ISBN 9780433460794
Date de publication: 2009-10-31
 
Prix: 95,00 $
Votre Prix 47,50 $
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