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While it doesn't happen in every case, from time to time there is a request made by a client or opposing counsel to tape the meeting between the opposing expert. This happens more frequently in contested custody cases, but it could happen as to any expert, I suppose. The general rule...
Fox Rothschild's New Jersey Family Law Legal Blog welcomes Kelly Sutliff, MA, LPC, NCC, a licensed professional counselor with Kelly Sutliff, LPC, located in Madison, New Jersey, as a guest blogger. Having known Kelly for over ten (10) years and speaking at length with her about the trauma that...
Having just experienced several months of "interesting", to say the least, negotiations on several matters, it got me thinking about creating a list of things to do if you really don't want to settle your case. Hey, every body is entitled to their day in court if they want it. So...
Everything You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You in a Court of Law - Especially if you said something different in another court
We have all seen and heard those familiar words in the title of this entry in moves or on TV. This is part of the "Miranda" warning administered by a police officer when they are arresting someone. Do these words also have a place in divorce court? Not in the same...
Read Melissa Brown's Interesting Article Entitled "Jurists & Lawyers Ignorant of Social Media Can Unintentionally Harm Litigant's and Clients"
Melissa Brown, an attorney in Charleston, South Carolina, is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and one of the preeminent family lawyers in South Carolina. I had the occasion, last week, to read her excellent article on her blog entitled "Jurists &...