Tonight's post about winning and losing was written by one of our Marietta Divorce Attorneys, Naomi Lumpkin.
Tonight's post on how to handle the hostile Guardian ad Litem in a custody case, was written by one of our Atlanta Divorce Attorneys, Dina Khismatulina.
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.
A good family law trial lawyer understands their client, their client's perspective, goals, motivation, fears and hopes. A good family law trial lawyer can articulate their client's position and frame that position well, with compassion, with clarity, with purpose and with conviction.
Sometimes witnesses say incredibly stupid things. They create evidence as they go. Here's a favorite:
Tonight's post, written by our Atlanta Divorce Attorney, Cherese Clark, posits the long term strategy when judges become adversaries.
Of all the family law work that we do, of all the issues that we handle, of all of the different kinds of cases that we try, custody cases are the hardest, most heart wrenching, high stakes gambits imaginable.
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.