Tonight, a blog of personal privilege borne of deep, personal interest.
One of the advantages of having such a large Family Law firm spread out across the State of Georgia is the neat stuff in which we are involved. Today's installment takes us to Savannah!
Of all the family law work that we do, of all the issues that we handle, of all of the different kinds of cases that we try, custody cases are the hardest, most heart wrenching, high stakes gambits imaginable.
Tonight's post on the DDD Part III, Divorce, was written by our Atlanta Family Law Attorney, Cherese Clark.
Here's the scenario: you are facing a family law case, maybe a divorce or modification or contempt. Maybe you are planning to file it. Maybe you are facing one filed against you. Now comes the daunting task of choosing a lawyer. There are hundreds out there. How do you choose the right lawyer and firm?
Tonight's post on math and Family Law was written by our Savannah Family Law Attorney, David Purvis.
Love is blind. Blind to everything. Blind to rational thought, blind to logic, blind to self interest and even blind to self preservation. And in the International Family Law context, blind to the frightening implications of Ne Exeat.
Tonight's post about an aspect of Family Law was written by our Marietta Family Law Attorney, Darrin Keaton.
There is a sinister mood in the air, almost as if a new Zeitgeist is threatening to roll in like a very bad thunderstorm, rolling in on a a black wave of judges' robes.
I often write about how we at The Firm analyze cases and strategize our approach with such great precision. Sometimes I think it might be fair to characterize some of it as bragging on my team a bit. But judges still surprise us.