"Issues affecting the Milwaukee area, local news stories, and updates in the law."
"Provides practical information and useful tips related to such topics as alimony, child support, custody, parenting time, divorce, equitable distribution, prenuptial agreements, domestic violence and grandparent visitation. This blog is an excellent resource for individuals with New Jersey specific family law questions and advisors whose clients may encounter family law issues."
"Information about criminal law in the nation's capitol provided by a solo practitioner and criminal trial lawyer."
"Discusses a variety of family law issues, bringing together content about marriage, divorce, and parenting from local, state and national media outlets."
"Current news and updates on recent developments in Texas family law."
Posts are on general topics of legal interest, not limited to Illinois. There's no real overarching theme to the coverage, other than analysis of current cases.
"In his blawg, Bruce is discussing the recent events and legislature affecting his area of practice--family law."
Discusses divorce law opinions, reports and news in Florida.
"The Ogden Attorney Blog focuses on issues facing Utah residents, including new laws, emerging trends in the criminal justice system and surprising legal news in the local community."
"Relevant, current Ohio family law trends and developments, laced with a hefty dose of straight talk, practical advice and a smidgen of humor."
"Well-written information on divorce and family law in Ohio."
This blawg is an information source regarding Oklahoma family law issues, including divorce, paternity, custody, visitation, child support, child relocation, protective orders and post-decree modification and enforcement.
Discusses divorce law news, cases and opinions in California.
"Education and current topics on Oregon family law, including appellate opinions, client tips and explanation of legal issues and law."
"Family law blog with fun and informative articles."
Posts are all excerpts written by outside sources, presented without commentary. Topics include elder care, people with disabilities, autism, legislation, law firm management, veterans and insurance issues.
"Provides information to individuals throughout St. Louis and the surrounding area who have questions or concerns about their rights in a divorce or family law matter. We will regularly update this blog, posting on a wide range of divorce and family law topics, including child custody, modifications and enforcement, and paternity determinations."
"Provides readers with information on and insight into Pennsylvania family law issues, including divorce, equitable distribution, alimony, child support, spousal support, alimony pendente lite, and custody."
"A blog in which I ricochet from too serious to too flippant, and alternate between a bit clever, a bit interesting and a bit ranty: Pink Tape neatly functions as both a blog about family law and a therapeutic escape valve for me."
"A blog dedicated to all things family law (divorce,custody, support, equitable distribution, adoption, etc.) with a special focus on western Pennsylvania."
"Puerto Rico's premier bilingual law blog."
"Criminal defense, family law, and related legal issues discussed with an emphasis on helping the public understand the law in general."
"The Redress Law blog is written by the solicitors of Redress Law, covering case studies, industry developments and resource items for anyone wanting to learn more about their field of expertise, which is professional negligence and will disputes."
"The focus is on family law, particularly the law of who is a parent. The purpose of this blog is not to teach the law of any particular state or country. You may find other websites that attempt that task. I do not. Instead, I want to promote a conversation about what the law should be. Looking at the law of different places (be they different states or different countries) is helpful because it gives us examples to react to and talk about. My hope is that you will join me in the project and that the whole will be greater than the sum of the parts."
"Researching reform in family law."