Written by Thomas F. McDow 1. Love each other as you are. Men marry women hoping they will not change. Women marry men expecting them to... The post Marriage Tips from a Divorce Lawyer appeared first on Debating Family Law.
Judge Joseph F. Anderson Jr. compares oral argument with working a jigsaw puzzle. In working the jigsaw puzzle, it is helpful to see a picture of... The post Rules are Rules for a Reason, Part 7, Arguments appeared first on Debating Family Law.
Of all the tools provided in the South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure, the most ignored and underused is the pretrial brief required by Rule 16(c),... The post Rules are Rules for a Reason, Part 6, Pretrial Briefs appeared first on Debating Family Law.
One of the greatest challenges lawyers face is correcting problems created by the ignorance of pro se litigants. This is usually far more expensive than if... The post Pro Se Litigants–Their Mistake, Everyone’s Problem. Originally posted October 28, 2016 appeared first on Debating Family Law.
Clients, litigants, and others with whom family court lawyers work often believe that the law is black and white, clear and unambiguous, and absolute. As lawyers,... The post Why I Read Blogs of Other Legal Professionals appeared first on Debating Family Law.