It may be surprising to know that I entered law school intending to become a criminal defense attorney, specializing in juvenile work. Starting when I was a freshman in high school, I was all-in on the idea of representing juvenile offenders in criminal courts. That was, until one day a mentor asked me if I was only interested in delinquency or if I had thought about dependency work.
Tonight's post on unexpected crimes in family law was written by our Atlanta Divorce Attorney, Cherese Clark.
Once upon a time, there was a lawyer who had a little office in the heart of town. Many of the town's residents brought all their legal issues to him. He tried to help them all, no matter what kind of legal problems they had, from family law to business law. This attorney from the days of yore had what is called a "general practice". He specialized in nothing, but then he didn't need to because he was just about the only attorney in town. What he knew was good enough.