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Martin Sandberg, an unwilling practitioner of "Supernatural Law," represents a woman attempting to divorce her previously deceased husband who refuses to go away. Sandberg also files a breach of contract lawsuit on a "deal with the devil," files a stalking injunction case against a poltergeist, represents an immortal who's been in prison for a century because he was sentenced to "life without the possibility of parole, " and is called to mediate a dispute over a pair of "lucky" golf clubs that happen to be just a little too lucky. To add to his troubles, Sandberg becomes embroiled in a case of epic importance: A client who is a young father-to-be seeks Sandberg's help in Family Court, but his wife's pregnancy holds a dark and powerful secret. To prevent the chaos and destruction they could impose upon the world, an age-old system has been in existence forcing beings of darkness and power to use humanity's legal systems. Creatures of myth and legend are required to engage the services of an attorney and seek court assistance when there is a dispute. The use of otherworldly force is not permitted. Snug safely under a "blanket of ignorance," most humans remain unaware of the existence of supernatural beings and the legal disputes which involve them. A select few professionals are required to participate and assist in the resolution of paranormal conflicts. Martin Sandberg is one of those professionals. This is his story.
Jeffrey A. Rapkin has been practicing law since 1996 in primarily South Sarasota County and Charlotte County, Florida. He has worked as a Corrections Officer, as an Assistant Public Defender for both the Public Defender's Office in the 12th and 20th Circuits. Rapkin has also been Certified by the Department of Children and Families to conduct Assessments and Facilitate the Certified Batterer's Intervention Programs. Rapkin has completed parenting coordinator training and is a Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil and Family Mediator. Rapkin has written several nonfiction manuscripts including an instructional manual for attorneys specializing in Restraining Orders and a Family Mediation Guidebook. Jeffrey A. Rapkin has been married since 1992 to Virginia M. Rapkin, has three children and a grandson.