FREE Audio Book for Limited Time!

To celebrate the new release of the audio book version of the #1 Amazon best-selling bookPreparing for a Family Law Case,” we are offering the audio book version for FREE to the first TEN (10) people that contact us before noon on Friday, March 24, 2017!  Just give us a call at (916) 419-1161 to let us know that you would like the audio book and we will email you your coupon code with instructions on how to redeem the audio version for FREE.  That’s it!  Limited to one (1) coupon code per caller.

Additionally, there is a huge sale for the Kindle version of the book for a limited time only.  The Kindle version will be available for only 99 cents on Monday, March 20, 2017.  But hurry!  This sale won’t last long!  Beginning March 23, 2017, the Kindle version of this book will increase by $1.00 per day until the normal price of $5.99 is reached.

If you or someone you know may be facing family law issue in the future, give yourself or someone else the gift of information and education…at a great bargain!  The book provides information on the options available to resolve family law issues, as well as money-saving tips and tools along the way.

Preparing for a Family Law Case is now available in audio on Amazon, Audible and iTunes, narrated by author and family law attorney and mediator, Bryan Ginter.  The Kindle version and print version of this best-selling book are available at  Here are links to the book:

Family Law Book by Bryan Ginter, Esq.


“Summary Dissolution” – A Quick & Cheap Divorce

California has a procedure called a “Summary Dissolution” that allows people to divorce quickly and inexpensively as compared to a conventional divorce.  A Summary Dissolution presupposes that the parties have already worked out (or will work out) their differences, such that going to court is not (or will not be) necessary.  However, only certain people qualify to use the Summary Dissolution procedure.  To qualify, all of the following conditions must exist at the time the proceeding is started (Note: These are highlights only.  Consult with a family law attorney for exceptions, specifics, and clarifications):

  1.  Either party was a resident of California for at least 6 months and a resident of the county where the case will be filed for at least 3 months;
  2. The cause of the divorce must be due to irreconcilable differences;
  3. There are no minor children born from the parties’ relationship or adopted by the parties during the marriage; neither party can be pregnant;
  4. The duration of the parties’ marriage is 5 years or less;
  5. Neither party can have any interest in real estate;
  6. There is only a modest amount of debts and community property;
  7. The parties have a signed written settlement agreement dividing the assets and debts, and they have signed all necessary documents to transfer property pursuant to the settlement agreement;
  8. The parties agreed to waive their right to receive spousal support and to appeal;
  9. The parties have read the Summary Dissolution informational booklet; and
  10. The parties request that the Court grant their request for a divorce.

Unlike a conventional divorce where one party is the “petitioner” and the other party is the “respondent,” with a Summary Dissolution a joint petition is filed by both parties.

Where people qualify, a Summary Dissolution can be a great way to divorce quickly and inexpensively.

Legalese:  This publication is not legal advice and should not be relied upon as such, it is informational only, and it is based upon opinion.  Consult with an attorney if you are facing a family law issue.  Advertisement.