Four myths of family law
Family lawyers are often cornered in taxis, elevators and supermarkets by people who seek advice or who want to express strong opinions. Their opinions include myths and generalizations. In this context, a "myth" is a story which may have a grain of truth, but which otherwise is inaccurate. Here are four of those myths and my responses to them.
John Wade. "Four myths of family law" The National Legal Eagle 8.2 (2002).
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