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When Does Making Threats In Divorce and Family Law Proceedings Become Extortion or 'Merely' Unethical? Divorce Lawyer Ethics: Threatening Criminal, Administrative, or Disciplinary Action to Advance a Civil Cause (The Get 'Em Over a Barrel Ethical Quandary) By: Michael C. Peterson As a California family law attorney, a canon of ethical conduct I must adhere to is to be a zealous advocate - often within the context of high and raw emotional conflict. I am required to do every act reasonably and lawfully required to advance my client's position and achieve his or her goals, and this devotion to my client's causes is one thing I love about matrimonial law. In situations involving divorce, spousal and child support, and

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The Fathers' Rights Movement - May 2019, Issue No. 10  

Please enjoy our 10th issue of The Fathers' Rights Monthly, and help raise awareness for issues around shared parenting after divorce.

The Fathers' Rights Movement - May 2019, Issue No. 10  

Please enjoy our 10th issue of The Fathers' Rights Monthly, and help raise awareness for issues around shared parenting after divorce.

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