Company Overview of California Family Law Report, Inc.
California Family Law Report Inc. (CFLR) publishes and distributes California family law printed magazines, periodicals, and research materials for family law professionals. The company’s publications include DissoMaster, Executioner, Propertizer, Family Law First Alert, California Family Law report, California Family Law Practice, and California Court Companion. In addition, it offers electronic publication of family law magazines and periodicals; and hosts and organizes seminars on family law materials. CFLR was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Sausalito, California. As of 04/19/2004, California Family Law Report, Inc. is a subsidiary of West Group.
160 Gate 5 Road
Sausalito, CA 94965
Founded in 1977
Key Executives for California Family Law Report, Inc.
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