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.
Tonight's post on Child Support was written by our Atlanta Family Law Attorney, Cherese Clark.
Tonight's post on Legitimation was written by our Lawrenceville Family Law attorney, Wesley Wilson.
On Thursday, I had the, pleasure might the wrong term for it, of watching and presenting on the ethical issues presented in the movie "Divorce Corp." to Georgia State University College of Law students who are interested in Family Law. Pleasure might be the wrong term for it but not because of the students, they were engaged in the film and the discussion, but because of the film itself.
Tonight's insightful post on Film Editing and Trial Practice was written by our Savannah Family Law attorney, David Purvis.
We have a run off election on July 22nd in a number of important races, some for U.S Senate, some for U.S. House, some for State School Superintendent, but the most important races are the races for Superior Court Judge.
Tonight's post is from our Savannah Family Law Attorney Extraordinaire, David Purvis.
Tonight's post on mediation was written by our Lawrenceville Family Law attorney, Wesley Wilson.