Your Last Resort
We like to observe, “Children say the darndest things” when one of our kids announces something surprisingly insightful.
My Career Change News—The Next Exciting Steps!
I have been practicing Family Law for over 42 years. After witnessing some particularly tragic experiences in family court, I began practicing Collaborative Law.
Attending Your Deposition
If you are scheduled to be deposed, whether in your own case or in someone else’s, it is important to know how to behave so that you are able to avoid costly mistakes.
There are several commonalities that people who successfully negotiate a marital settlement agreement, i.e., one that both spouses can live with, share with each other.
I “Need” Versus I “Want”
Candace wanted Mama feeling upbeat before beginning their hard work. She wanted to remind Mama of the wedding.
Likely the most important (and most commonly invoked) legal privilege is that protecting communications between an attorney and her client.
Anyone who is entangled in litigation needs to understand this concept. “Hearsay” is a lawyer’s term of art;
Going to Court
If you are somehow involved in litigation, whether as a party or a witness, it is important to make a good impression.
To Appeal or Not To Appeal
That is the question, is it not, if you went to trial and didn’t like the results? An appeal is the process by which a trial court’s decision in a legal case is reviewed.