Blog Posts in 2012

  • The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts

    Practicing family law can sometimes be a solitary undertaking. Most family lawyers spend the majority of their time working one-on-one with a client. The client is usually emotionally distraught to a greater or lesser extent. You are expected to fix their situation or somehow improve it, despite the difficulty or impossibility of the task. You carry a heavy load on your shoulders everyday of your ...
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  • A Strong Beginning To A Busy Year

    The Family Law Section had a great annual meeting in May with high attendance at the seminar and a lofty party overlooking old Charleston. As your section chair for 2012-13, I am pleased to take the wheel of a juggernaut of an organization that has a proud record of service to family lawyers, the NCBA, and the citizens of our state. Family lawyers are exceptional people. They are eager to serve ...
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