How to become a Family Attorney/Child Support Lawyer?
Im 16 and wana be a family attorney/child support lawyer. I would major in pre-law as undergraduate. I would like to know the pros and cons of this type of lawyer, law school, and how hard it is to get the job. Please help me.
Asked By: Brianna - 9/5/2011
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You can major in pre-law, but you might also consider psychology as a major or as a minor. Being better to understand the dynamics of family relationships will help you advocate for your clients. This is certainly a type of law that is necessary (unfortunately in our society,) but it is not one that is particularly... More
Answered By: smallbizperson - 9/5/2011
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My suggestion to yu is that you call a lawyer in your town and ask him or her Nobody here knows how hard it is to get a job in that specialized field, but a licensed lawyer would know
Answered By: Badge203 - 9/5/2011
First, family law is not a required court to graduate, so you will be doing extra work to achieve this. Most Family Law Attorneys never took the classes. They took the required courses in corporate law, hoping to go to work for a large corporate law firm. What they didn't learn until they got those jobs was that they... More
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