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April 20th
As people rely more and more on mobile phones for everything from taking photos and videos to emailing and texting to online and mobile dating, mobile phones become an ever more valued source for e-discovery in family law suits.
April 20th
A change in the law means some clients who receive child support can pursue an increase in their monthly child support amounts.
April 20th
When disputes between divorced parents erupt regarding child support and visitation, family law attorneys must know how to pursue enforcement actions that preserve their clients' court-ordered financial support and time with their children.
April 20th
Skilled lawyering at the time of divorce can help preserve a high quality of life for special needs children for years to come.
April 20th
Temporal proximity coupled with lay testimony establishing a sequence of events which provides a strong, logically traceable connection between an event and the plaintiff's injury may be sufficient proof of causation in some cases.
April 20th
Taking the plunge isn't easy. But for lawyers who want to become their own bosses, here are three key steps to take.
April 20th
So, you graduated law school, you networked with your family law professors, you joined your local bar associations, you hold a position in one of them, and now the clients and referrals keep rolling in, right? Well, not necessarily.
April 20th
The client may not always be right, but if you pick your battles carefully, you'll end up together at the finish line.
April 14th
Identify the threats, and then choose your plan and technologies.
April 13th
From checking out Ellen Degeneres' selfies at the Oscars to uploading family vacation pictures, even lawyers don't always think through how third parties might use their likenesses. But two pending court cases might change that.