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A family attorney works closely with small groups of people in either a court or educational setting or mediation session. In addition to specialized training, negotiating skills are paramount for success in this field. A family attorney is responsible for helping families handle delicate legal matters such as divorce, paternity, adoption and custody. To work as a family attorney, an individual must have exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to debate and persuade others. A person working as a family attorney must obtain a bachelor’s degree followed by a law degree. Family lawyers must also pass the bar exam for the state in which they will practice.