Tonight's post about the Difficult Channels of Family Law was written by our Lawrenceville Divorce Attorney, Robert Bexley.
As you can probably imagine, in my family law counselor's chair I hear much of everything. The most intimate details and intricacies of relationships are fair fodder for my analysis and determination about the approach and direction a case should take. None of the details and intricacies I hear are any more intimate than the couple's sex life.
How can you tell if your attorney is causing you trouble or gouging you? Our Savannah Family Law Attorney, David Purvis tackles that question in tonight's post.
Tonight's post about signing agreements in Family Law was written by our Atlanta Divorce litigator extraordinaire, Cherese Clark.
As a divorce attorney, I am often asked whether a reduction in spousal sexual activity denotes foreign forays, or, whether waning woo means she's pleasuring a paramour.
Tonight's post on Domestic Violence was written by our Savannah Divorce Attorney, David Purvis.
In my last post, I wrote about the need to reconfirm universal truths. The story I'll talk about tonight has to do with just how far we humans can go in losing our grasp on those universal truths, on how contempt is viewed from the eye of the beholder.
Everything impacts family law, because everything impacts families. Our changing social mores, our political zeitgeist, our econmony even our environment direcly impact how families operate and therefore, how family law is done.
Family law is all about the most delicate, trying moments of our lives. There is nothing that will call forth angst like a family dispute. There is nothing that challenges the deepest of ethics like a deteriorating relationship. There is nothing that can tear you asunder so quickly and so completely as a love gone wrong. When you're contemplating legitimation, you are likely already immersed in a family dispute, the prospect of a deteriorating relationship and quite possibly living a love gone wrong.
In International Family Law we have a new law of the land. On August 8, President Obama signed the Sean Goldman Law into existence. In Hague Convention Abduction terms, this is a very big deal.