Five items of technology that improve the efficiency of the family law attorney-client relationship

August 15, 2020

Some family law litigants simply “don’t do technology.” That resistance slows their case and costs them money. There are five items of technology that every

The interactions of abuse and neglect placement plans with return of the child

July 29, 2020

Any time a family court finds a parent has abused or neglected his or her child, it will offer that parent a placement plan (sometimes

A few big things trump a lot of small things

August 28, 2019

At the very beginning of any new domestic client relationship the attorney and client need to discuss the client’s goal, discuss the law related to

Better behaving clients

November 10, 2018

Earlier this week I received what may be one of the bigger complements of my career. A fellow member of the local family court bar

The pessimistic defendant’s attorney

November 6, 2018

I suspect I lose a lot of business by projecting a pessimistic outlook when first meeting with Defendants in family law cases. While many litigants

A client’s tolerance for uncertainty is a consideration in settlement negotiations

June 19, 2018

There’s a theory that our modern world offers us so little exposure to pathogens that our autoimmune systems overreact to things like pollen and peanuts,

Crossing the Rubicon

June 4, 2018

Per wikipedia, during the Roman republic, the river Rubicon marked the boundary between the Roman province of Cisalpine Gaul to the north-west and Italy proper

Attorney-client privilege’s crime-fraud exception in family court

April 16, 2018

The recent FBI search of the records of Michael Cohen, President Trump’s attorney, has raised issues of attorney-client privilege and the crime-fraud exception to that