This issue of Family Advocate
addresses the problems faced by a lawyer who is (by choice or by chance) representing a difficult client without falling back on the discussions of how to avoid such clients or withdraw from their cases.
- Your First Defense in Dealing with Difficult Clients: The ethical rules and a detailed engagement letter -- Marcia L. Proctor
- Heading Off Problems with Good Clients and Salvaging Bad Ones -- Janet McCullar Vavra
- The Client with a Personality Disorder: Identifying and understanding behaviors -- Robert E. Erard
- Understanding and Managing Difficult Clients: What law school didn't teach -- Kathleen McNamara
- The Angry Client: Keeping your staff and yourself safe -- Dana L. Cogan
- The Rich & Famous: How to maintain your balance when working with a heavyweight == Gaetano Ferro
- Oh, What a Tangled Web They Weave: When clients practice to deceive -- Norman Pattis
- The Impact of a Parent's Personality Disorder: On the family law attorney, staff, evaluators, and other professionals -- Edward C. Budd
For complete listing of articles, see the Table of Contents linked below.
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