I always tell my clients that everything in family law has a dollar value and therefore can be and should be evaluated from a cost/benefit analysis. Everything, that is, except for one thing, the children. When the issue is the children you leave the realm of apples to apples comparisons and enter the land of apples to oranges, or more correctly, apples to antelopes or atoms or the andromeda galaxy. When custody is at stake, how can you ever place a dollar value on it?
Tonight's post on International Family Law Cases in Atlanta was written by our newest attorney, Dina Khismatulina. She is licensed to practice in both Georgia (as in US) and in Russia.
Tonight's post was written by our Savannah family law attorney, David Purvis.
Most of our cases move through very quickly. Most are over, said and done within three to six months. But some family law cases stretch on for a very long time. Some stretch on for years.
Tonight's post was written by one of our Marietta custody attorneys, Alyssa Blanchard.
Tonight's post about the virtues of patience in family law matters was written by our Lawrenceville Divorce Attorney, Brandy Alexander
Tonight's post on Street Justice in Family Law was written by our Atlanta Family Law Attorney, Cherese Clark.
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.
Our post tonight is an offering from our Savannah Family Law Attorney, David Purvis.
Tonight's post on divorce and compromise is the first offered by one of our newest family law attorneys, Naomi Lumpkin.