1. Winning
2. The Family Law System
3. Learn The Courthouse
4. Basic Strategies & Tactics
5. Mediation In A Nutshell
6. Conduct In Mediation
7. Action In The Courtroom
8. Court Hearing Explained
9. Handling Yourself In Court
10. The Judge
11. Testimony
12. Master Skills Of Testifying
13. Mom’s – Dirty Tricks
14. Family Disintegration
15. Legalese
16. Reforms Needed
17. Finding The Right Attorney

"This book is the bargain of the century considering most attorney charge $4 to $6 per minute to tell their clients a fraction of the information in this book."
Joseph A. McMillen, Attorney - Kansas City, Kansas

"We recommend this book to all our members nationwide. If parents read this book before their court hearing, more children would have equal and open access to both parent."
American Coalition for Fathers and Children
Dianna Thompson, Vice President - Lake Forest, California

"Custody for Fathers is a map in a maze. It is the best of maps to the worst of mazes. It is worth at least $1,000 of a good attorney's time. If you read Custody for Fathers first, then visit an attorney, you can win."
Warren Farrel, Ph.D. - Author
The Myth of Male Power and Why Men Are The Way They Are - Encinitas, California

"Custody for Fathers speaks of things our society would prefer to ignore. Aimed at fathers but deserves a wider audience."
Marjorie Engel, Author, Divorce Help Sourcebook
Boston, Massachusetts

"Valuable insights and tips for both parents in understanding and navigating the troubled waters of custody disputes."
David Kuroda, Division Chief - Mediation & Conciliation
Superior Court of Los Angeles, California

"Fills a gap, as there has been very little published on child custody cases from the non-custodial parent's point of view."
Patricia Lammerts, Librarian - Los Angeles County Law Library

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Family Law

This section gives an overview of the family law topics presented in the California Courts Self-Help Center. Click on a topic below:
- Fathers' Rights
- Divorce
- Paternity
- Domestic Violence
- Custody/ Visitation
- Parent Alienation
- Child/ Spousal Support
- Property Division
- Modification of:
  - Existing Court Orders/
  - Guardships