A behind-the-scenes look at how private investigators collect legal evidence for the courtroom. Interview with Rob Kimmons, Private Investigator Click the play button, wait a few seconds and start listening to this Podcast. Today it is my pleasure to be speaking with Rob Kimmons. Rob is from Houston, Texas and he owns a private investigation firm there
An interview with Tim Voit: An insider's look at the world of retirement plan benefits and QDROs in divorce with a nationally recognized expert.
Interview with Stephen Kolodny: The Houston Family Trial Institute, giving back by training lawyers to be the best they can.
By Gerald Cooke: Judges and custody evaluators must carefully explore a teenager's underlying motives to properly gauge how much weight their parental preference should be given.
By Martha Chan: How much control do you over your online reputation and how others see you?
The November 2012 Family Lawyer Magazine issue is now available! Our 2nd issue continues to offer the same insightful articles to help both new and experienced family lawyers succeed in and out of the courtroom, better serve their clients, and achieve their career and personal potential.
By Grier Raggio: More than 40 years ago I decided that working to limit human-caused environmental deterioration would be my lifetime public service commitment. It seemed obvious then, and now, that degraded natural systems were a greater threat to happiness than anything else. But today I declare a truce.
The Integrative Law Institute is presenting "Law and the Human Brain: NeuroLiteracy 101 for Lawyers, Mediators, and Judges," on January 12th in downtown San Francisco's financial district.
By Dan Couvrette: Embracing technology and marketing can ensure your family law practice succeeds in the future.
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