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NCFM and NCFM Award winner Craig Candelore, Esq., proudly introduce the free Untying the Knot family law video series.

August 29, 2018
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NCFM is proud to introduce Untying the Knot family law videos, a fast and straightforward way to better understand family law issues before going to court.

Untying the Knot has its own website and YouTube channel created by Craig Candelore, Esq., a certified family law specialist (US Army Colonel Retired), with over 30 years of legal experience and founder of the Men’s Legal Family Law Center in San Diego, CA.

Information is power and even if you are going to retain an attorney, get educated because the more you know the less you owe.

national coalition for menUTK animated videos are five to ten minutes long, entertaining and may even help lower stress. You can watch them on your smart phone, tablet or computer.

The videos fall into different categories such as child support, property division, trial proceedings and more.

This is a great legal resource and it is completely FREE.

There will be new videos coming online regularly.

Simply click here and subscribe.

Moreover, NCFM has given UTK a home on every page of this website. You will find the meme in the column to the right with an embedded link to UTK.

UTK is a valuable resource, especially since the vast majority of people in family court cannot afford an attorney.

If you use UTK, please send a thank you in the comment section. It took over six-years and several hundred thousand dollars to develop UTK, which is just one of the reasons Mr. Candelore is an honored NCFM award winner.

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NCFM and NCFM Award winner Craig Candelore, Esq., proudly introduce the free Untying the Knot family law video series.

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