Blog discusses divorce law cases, opinions and news, mostly in North Carolina. Topics include alimony, child support and custody.
"It is clear that at the very least, divorce and/or family law is stressful for both parties. We hope that this Web site will help to reduce that stress by providing information which will be helpful to an understanding of the rights and obligations involving custody issues, property rights, visitation rights and many other issues that may arise between the parties involved in the divorce proceeding."
This blog answers questions about the legal system in Illinois in a straightforward colloquial manner. Posts have a "Legal Tip of the Day."
"Commentary, insight and analysis on children's law, policy and current issues."
News and analysis concerning the treatment of children in our legal system and society.
"Helping people make respectful, civilized, values-based transitions from couple to single."
The blawg covers legal Issues of interest to the lesbian and gay community, with particular emphasis on Connecticut law.
"Provides essential information and resources about divorce, alimony, child support and child custody. Includes attorney-written articles answering family law questions, podcasts, and video tips for both attorneys and their clients."
"Explains Texas family law concepts and evaluates related news."
"Offers resources, features, tips, humor, pop quizzes on recent cases, and answers to your general family law questions. The blog is committed to making the courts more accessible to nonlawyers."
Posts explain family law issues to those in need of a family lawyer and note high-profile divorces in the news.
General musings on being a family law lawyer and divorce law lawyer.
Posts cover family law cases in the news and answer questions a potential family law client in Virginia might have.
"Deals with a wide variety of topics in family law and collaborative law."
Posts contain advice about law practice management, marketing and legal technology for family law practitioners and for those who want to practice family law.
"Where sports meets the courts. An analysis of athletes family law issues in order to explain family law to the average consumer."
War stories from a family lawyer's divorce practice mixed in with family law information.
"Divorce and family law info for professionals in Kentucky and beyond."
"Designed to inform, update and explore issues concerning divorce and divorce law in New York."
"We use much-publicized divorces and stories of billionaires, CEOs, politicians, socialites, sports stars, actors, and newsworthy personalities and corporations, to discuss various issues that could pop up in a divorce case and sometimes to even orchestrate a “divorce story” where one may not have been totally obvious to a less discerning eye."
"Provides guidance and insight from our work as divorce lawyers. ... We each learned from our own divorces, too. Our intention is to provide an up-close-and-personal view of divorce. You will not find legal advice here, but you will find practical advice based on real examples of what we and our clients have faced through the transition of divorce."
1. Good counsel on matters of relationships, families and family law.
2. The efforts of good people working together to advance the mind, arouse the heart, and amuse the spirit.
Blog posts are devoted to assisting people going through divorce.
Posts are about an entire range of legal-related subjects. Recent entries include "Confidentiality and Nondisclosure Agreements," "Enforcing Your Rights Against Auto Dealer Fraud" and "Mesothelioma Claims."
"This divorce blog is intended to offer solutions to situations that people commonly encounter in relationship breakup anywhere in California. My vision is larger than simply to attract clients to our family law firm, although that is my desire too. I hope to help demystify the law and the procedures surrounding family court litigation. I also want to share client and interest's centered peacemaking and mediation philosophies and pointers, and to explore the best current practices in the mental health sciences that might apply to your circumstances."