Blog Posts in January, 2014

  • 27-Jan-2014

    Another Unanimous Supreme Court Victory!

    Just last week we won another unanimous decision from the Supreme Court. This time, it was the Supreme Court of Georgia. As with most cases, there were many side issues but one really frames the entire case. Can a trial judge control her calendar and ...
  • 22-Jan-2014

    Parenting Time

    Tonight's post on parenting time was written by Savannah family law attorney, David Purvis. One of the hardest parts of any family law case involving a minor child involves custody and visitation. Most parents rightfully find it difficult to come ...
  • 20-Jan-2014

    Trying to Walk the Walk

    I like George Washington. I really like Abraham Lincoln, but I revere Dr. Martin Luther King. Dr. King asserted, "Philanthropy is commendable, but it must not cause the philathropist to overlook the circumstances of economic injustice which ...
  • 19-Jan-2014

    Careful With That Text, Eugene, It's Evidence

    Tonight's post about evidence is written by our Savannah attorney, David Purvis. As a family law attorney, sometimes the parties' written communications have made my job of building the evidentiary wall that wins their case immensely easier. ...
  • 15-Jan-2014

    Children, It's a good year to lose a few pounds.

    Tonight's post about our children was written by our Lawrenceville Family Law attorney, Wesley Wilson. While driving to the store a few days I go, I passed my local gym and noticed that the parking lot was considerably more full than I typically ...
  • 13-Jan-2014

    Protecting The Client in Family Law

    Our justice system is adversarial. If you are a party to a family law case, this means you have an adversary. Usually that means the person on the other side of the v, as in Jones v Jones. We can talk later about whether family law is well suited to ...
  • 8-Jan-2014

    When Custody Is At Stake, Twelve Heads Are Better Than One

    Tonight's post on judges, juries and custody of children is written by our Marietta custody, Darrin Keaton. It seems only right at the start of the New Year to announce a personal resolution that relates to what we do here at The Manely Firm, PC. ...
  • 6-Jan-2014

    New Year, New You?: Discernment Counseling

    Tonight's post about Discernment Counseling was written by our Savannah family law attorney, David Purvis. Many people make New Year's Resolutions. Regardless of what the resolution is, the ultimate goal is generally some form of ...
  • 4-Jan-2014

    For The Manely Firm, P.C., 2013 was an incredible year.

    As the new year begins in earnest, I want to take a few minutes to look back at the year that just flew by to figure out what happened to us in 2013. 2013 stormed in just three weeks after my argument before the United States Supreme Court. The ...
  • 1-Jan-2014

    A New Year for Old Resolutions

    Tonight, our Marietta family law attorney, Darrin Keaton, provides great advice on New Year's resolutions for families who are contemplating recasting their lives. As we roll into 2014, most of us will participate in the long-standing tradition ...

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