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 Amazon.com.  Here are links to the book:

Family Law Book by Bryan Ginter, Esq.

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“Can We Opt Out of California’s Community Property Laws?”

Sometimes people may NOT want California’s community property laws to apply to their marriage.  Generally speaking, property acquired during the marriage is presumed to be community property.  “Property” includes “assets” and “debts.”  If property is considered to be community in nature, if there is later a divorce or a legal separation, community property is equally divided between the spouses.

There are many reasons for people to want to avoid the application of California community property laws.  One example is if one spouse comes into the marriage with an already significantly high amount of wealth and the other spouse has little or no wealth.  In this case, the wealthy spouse may want to ensure that he or she will retain his or her wealth as separate property.

Another example is where “older” previously divorced adults with children are marrying again.  In this example, a parent may have saved a significant amount of money for the benefit of a child and wants to ensure that the other spouse will not be able to invade this savings.

Regardless of the reason to want to avoid California’s community property laws, there is an opt-out option.  If the parties are not yet married, the opt-out tool is called a “premarital agreement,” also known as a “prenuptial agreement.”  If the parties have already married, the opt-out tool is called a “marital agreement,” also known as a “antenuptial agreement.”

Whether you are potentially considering a premarital agreement or a marital agreement, there are certain rules that have to be followed.  Otherwise, the agreements may not be enforceable, and you don’t want to spend a lot of time and money on a worthless piece of paper.

One of the rules is that there is no duress or pressure on either party.  If the procedure is too rushed, for example, there could be a perception of duress.  Therefore, regarding premarital agreements, you want to draft a premarital agreement well in advance.  Do it before you send out wedding invitations and before wedding plans are underway.

There are many other rules to follow and potential traps for the unwary.  Therefore, if you are considering a premarital or marital agreement, get educated early as to what the process entails.

NEWSFLASH:  Preparing for a Family Law Case,” a book authored by family law attorney and mediator Bryan C. Ginter is out now and available for purchase on Amazon. 

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LAST DAY FOR FREE BOOK! AMAZON BEST SELLER! DOWNLOAD NOW!

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Today, Friday, October 30, 2015, is the LAST day to download Preparing for a Family Law Case for FREE through Amazon Kindle!  Amazon lists this book as the #1 BEST SELLER in the Domestic Relations category!  Get it now while there is still time.  Click here:  Download Preparing for a Family Law Case from Amazon Kindle, or click on the picture of the book in this post.

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Get Your FREE Book Now! Hurry…It Won’t Last Long!

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Preparing for a Family Law Case is available through Amazon Kindle NOW for FREE!  But hurry…this offer won’t last long!  You can obtain your FREE book by clicking here:  FREE Copy of Preparing for a Family Law Case.  You may also click the book’s image in this post.

If you or a loved one is facing the beginnings of a family law case, you’ll want this book.  Even if you feel you don’t need the book right now, you should still download the book for free.  This way, if you need the book later, you’ll have it.  Feel free to pass this free offer to anyone you wish.

If you enjoy the book, please write a positive review on Amazon.

Get Your FREE Book (For A Limited Time Only)!!

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Are you or a loved one going to be involved in a family law case (such as divorce) and you don’t know where to start?  You may have questions such as:  What is the difference between mediation, collaborative law and litigation?  How do retainers work?  What are some things I should be thinking about when hiring a family law attorney?  How can I save money during a family law case?  Preparing for a Family Law Case by family law attorney and mediator Bryan C. Ginter answers those questions and more!

To celebrate the launch of the book, you can get your copy of the book from Amazon Kindle books absolutely FREE!  But hurry, it will only be free from October 26, 2015 through October 30, 2015!  Even if you think you do not need the book now, we encourage you to still download it while it is free.  You can always delete it and re-download it later.  Kindle books can be read on most devices, including desktop computers, laptops and mobile devices.

Becoming educated and informed early in your case is critical.  So, mark your calendar now to make sure you visit Amazon Kindle’s store to download your copy of Preparing for a Family Law Case for FREE!