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Month: April 2016

Spy vs Spouse, Part II

My last blog post was about a spouse "spying" on the other, using recording techniques and hacking software. I think that the 1nain theme of that blog post was to emphasize the fact that just because s01nething seems like a good idea, doesn't mean it's a good idea. I...

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Initiators and Resistors

In my class at Savannah Law School we cover both substantive family topics (policies behind child support, constitutional analysis of family law statutes, grounds for divorce) as well as some of the underlying aspects of family law cases that make family law so, well,...

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Believing in My Client

I've heard attorneys say that being an attorney is just a job. I disagree. It is not just a job; it is a calling. We deal with matters that can forever change lives. In family law, we are working with people and their children. It is so much more than just a job. I...

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Spy versus…Spouse?

Did you read the blog post I wrote inspired by the Japanese drama I was addicted to, "Divorce Chaser"? It was a good one analyzing a some of the differences between Japanese and American concepts in the world of family law. On that drama, the attorney has a woman in...

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