Blog Posts in November, 2014

  • 30-Nov-2014

    Family Law: Casting the First Stone

    As the quote goes, "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." In family law, the norm is to cast stones, the first, the fifteenth, the fiftieth. I write often about different approaches, theories, paradigms of practice in family law. ...
  • 26-Nov-2014

    I Am Thankful

    Our post tonight is an offering from our Savannah Family Law Attorney, David Purvis. It's that time of year where we reflect on those things for which we are thankful. I have a wonderful wife for whom I am truly thankful. We have had a wonderful ...
  • 23-Nov-2014

    Divorce and the Art of Compromise

    Tonight's post on divorce and compromise is the first offered by one of our newest family law attorneys, Naomi Lumpkin. Usually, when people think of divorce, they think of war. Their spouse becomes their enemy; the one they loved has become the ...
  • 20-Nov-2014

    News Flash in Family Law: Attorneys Don't Walk On Water!

    A good family law trial lawyer understands their client, their client's perspective, goals, motivation, fears and hopes. A good family law trial lawyer can articulate their client's position and frame that position well, with compassion, with ...
  • 18-Nov-2014

    Prenuptial Agreements - The Answer I've Been Looking For!

    I have long decried the graudual but unmistakable demise of alimony when justice truly demands its award. Our last post, by Marietta Divorce Attorney Jeannine Lowery on Prenuptial Agreements attacked this problem in a new, proactive way. I've ...
  • 16-Nov-2014

    Prenuptial Agreements - Avoiding the Billion Dollar Mistake

    Tonight's post about Prenuptial Agreements was written by our Marietta Divorce Attorney, Jeannine Lowery. Harold Hamm, the 24th richest man in the country according to Forbes Magazine, has been ordered by an Oklahoma City Judge to pay his ...
  • 11-Nov-2014

    Child Support: Don't Mollify, Modify.

    Tonight's post about promptly acting to modify your child support was written by our Savannah Family Law Attorney, David Purvis. The divorce is final. Child custody and visitation rights have been determined. One parent is ordered to pay child ...
  • 9-Nov-2014

    Finding Your Happy In Your Divorce

    Tonight's post about choices in divorce was written by our newest Attorney addition to Lawrenceville, Brandy Alexander. As children, we could not wait to become adults. As adults, we often wish for the simpler times of childhood again. We grow ...
  • 6-Nov-2014

    Evidence: Just How Stupid Do They Think We Are?

    Sometimes witnesses say incredibly stupid things. They create evidence as they go. Here's a favorite: Lawyer: "Did you ever stay all night with this man in New York?" Witness: "I refuse to answer that question." Lawyer: ...
  • 4-Nov-2014

    Divorce: That Line in the Sand

    Some people consult with a divorce lawyer when they know they've had enough. They're done. That train has left the station. Other people seek out a divorce lawyer, not because they are certain they want out, but because they aren't, they ...
  • 2-Nov-2014

    In Family Law, Forget Them Not

    Tonight's post about mindfulness was written by our newest, minted Marietta family law attorney, Alyssa Blanchard. So you're relationship has ended. Maybe you're getting a divorce. You were married in front of all of your family and ...

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