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13 Signs That You’re Working With a Bad Family Law Attorney

Family law cases are often very emotional. Whether you’re seeking a divorce, legal separation, child support, or custody agreement, your case is very personal and likely involves some significant life changes. When there are kids involved, emotions run even higher. … Continue reading

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What to Expect When You’re Expected in Court Part I: How Do I Get There?

This is part one of a three-part series about courtroom procedure and etiquette. For many, the idea of “going to court” can be intimidating and nerve wracking. An appearance in court often involves difficult and important life circumstances. As lawyers, … Continue reading

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If You’re Going to Represent Yourself

” “David and Goliath !” by Indyblue from Flickr (Creative Commons License) I’ve received a number of questions from people who want tips about representing themselves in a lawsuit. I’ve also had the experience of being in a lawsuit where … Continue reading

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You’re Overworked. Here’s What to Do About It.

The following is a guest blog post by Dina Lynch Eisenberg, Esq., who provides consulting services to help overworked lawyers transform their work and life. The signs of overwork are subtle and insidious. They sneak up on you. Are you … Continue reading

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So You Think You’re Going to Recover Attorneys’ Fees?

Virginia courts are not fond of awarding attorneys’ fees in litigation, even to the prevailing party. The general rule in this country is that litigants are responsible for their own attorneys’ fees unless a contract or statute says otherwise. Even … Continue reading

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