Sadly, we see examples of this sort of waste regularly…lawyers and large law firms who prey on unsuspecting clients during highly emotional and stressful
Spare the rod; spoil the child is a Biblical axiom related to child rearing with the underlying premise being that strong discipline is necessary to raise
Contributed by Kelly D. Thames, Attorney & Counselor at Law, firstname.lastname@example.org I read a great article today on Huffington Post Divorce from fellow
Within my first week as a practicing family attorney, I had already experienced an opposing attorney yelling at me during negotiations in the hallway of the Daley Center. He was civil and nice in the court conference room in front of the judge (and outside of the presence of his client.) But as soon as he was in front of his client his demeanor changed. Was this zealous advocacy, did his client want him to act in this manner, or was he just being a jerk because he was having a bad day?
I realize from my header that I could write the longest post in history if I were to use all…
Careful with accusing people of lying.
Two words no attorney wants to hear from a judge. I heard those words recently (not directed at me!). Law…