The unfairness of the family court asking litigants if they think their agreement is “fair”

October 1, 2018

In the South Carolina family court, a standard part of the practice of questioning parties about their agreements before approving said agreements is whether the

The uses and misuses of ambiguity in family court agreements

May 15, 2012

Some of the most contentious family court litigation I have handled involved modification of prior family court agreements in which the agreements were ambiguous to

What’s in your boilerplate?

March 6, 2011

Early in any family law attorney’s practice, that attorney will begin developing an agreement go-by that contains language common to all agreements that attorney drafts.

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