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Divorce Lawyers and Their Clients: Power and Meaning in the Legal Process

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Divorce Lawyers and Their Clients: Power and Meaning in the Legal Process - Sarat, Austin, and Felstiner, William L F
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Each year more than 2 million Americans get divorced, and most of them use a lawyer. In closed-door conversations between lawyers and their clients strategy is planned, tactics are devised, and the emotional climate of the divorce is established. Do lawyers contribute to the pain and emotional difficulty of divorce by escalating demands and encouraging unreasonable behavior? Do they take advantage of clients at a time of emotional difficulty? Can and should clients trust their lawyers to look out for their welfare and ...

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Divorce Lawyers and Their Clients: Power and Meaning in the Legal Process 1997, Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN-13: 9780195117998

Trade paperback

Divorce Lawyers and Their Clients: Power and Meaning in the Legal Process 1995, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780195063875

Hardcover