Extraordinary clients deserve extraordinary writs (Advocate Article)

Published by Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


From kings to courts: Petitioning the appellate court for extraordinary writ relief — A look at history and practice.

Edward M. Lyman
Edward M. Lyman is a family law attorney at Walzer Melcher LLP in WoodlandHills and Santa Monica, CA. He is a former plaintiff ’s attorney who now serves as trial and appellate counsel exclusively in the family law context. He represents clients in divorce, child custody, paternity, domestic violence, and domestic tort actions. He graduated from the University of Miami, and the University of Florida, Levin College of Law. He joined CAALA in 2009.

Originally Published

December 1, 2016

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