In divorce, as in all things, justice is not always served. The right result doesn't always happen. Sometimes the bad guys (or gals) win, because the judge got it wrong or the case was poorly presented or just because things didn't go quite right that day.
There are many books about love language. But what is divorce language? How do you tell your "loved one" that you want a divorce?
How do you tackle stress in divorce? Tonight's post, written by Marietta Divorce Attorney, Jeannine Lowery, offers a few pointers:
Tonight's post, written by our Atlanta Divorce Attorney, Cherese Clark, posits the long term strategy when judges become adversaries.
In Juvenile Law, the Georgia Department of Family and Children's Services ("DFCS") has a Herculean task, to protect children who are being abused or neglected. There is no doubt that their mission is noble; there is little quarrel that their goal is just; but their execution of their mission and goal all too often falls so short that their conduct descends into the realm of the shocking, frightening and even horrific.
Should you "reach out and click someone" while your divorce is pending? Tonight's post by our Savannah Divorce Attorney, David Purvis, seeks to answer that very question.
Tonight's post was written by our Savannah, Military Divorce Attorney, David Purvis.
Children as possessions. Possessions as sole property. Sole custody of children, even though the parents are married.
They sit across the table from each other in almost total silence, pondering the meal before them. They have endured this ritual, perhaps a thousand times now, each engaged in their private thoughts, none of which, anymore, include much of the other. Thoughts of escape long ago turned to thoughts of divorce which then turned to acceptance of just enduring the misery.
Family Law is a calling. Just like the ministry, no one should ever practice family law unless they are quite sure that they have been called to that practice.