“Essentials of California Family Law” now available!

The updated 2009 edition of Essentials of California Family Law by Marshall W. Waller is available for purchase just in time for the upcoming August 2009 California Certified Family Law Specialist Exam.

Marshall W. Waller originally compiled the text while studying for certification as a California Family Law Specialist. The book has been updated to serve as a useful study guide for attorneys taking the 2009 California Certified Family Law Specialist examination. It is written for the education of family lawyers. It is a valuable resource that can be used by attorneys preparing for the family law specialist exam and also as an everyday practice guide and desk reference for family law attorneys. Now for the first time, you can purchase this exclusive lawyer-to-lawyer book and gain a privileged view of California family law. This is a 329-page extensive resource covering the essentials that every family law attorney should know.

Marshall W. Waller is a Certified Family Law Specialist, so certified by the Board of Legal Specialization of the State Bar of California; he has been in the active practice of law for more than twenty-seven years. He has taught family law and has also written an additional textbook published by Aspen Publishing entitled California Family Law for Paralegals, now in its 5th edition. His commentaries as an authority in family law have been published by local, national, and international news media. Marshall W. Waller carries the highest rating available from the premier attorney-rating system in the nation, Martindale Hubbell: AV. He is a shareholder and partner at Feinberg & Waller, APC; the firm’s website can be viewed at Feinberg & Waller, APC.

To purchase a copy of the updated 2009 PDF e-book Essentials of California Family Law by Marshall W. Waller; call (866) 452-3644 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PST. The cost of the book is $150.00, credit cards only. At this time the updated 2009 version may only be purchased by phone.

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