All Posts By This Author

A Picture of $dname

John Matias

Editor

Visit Author's Website

Family Lawyer Wins $5000 Prize

  Wheaton, Illinois family lawyer wins $5000 Sweepstakes Family Lawyer Magazine congratulates Lindsay C. Stella, the winner of our 20th anniversary Sweepstakes for $5,000 towards a Sandals Resort Vacation of her choice!  Lindsay is family lawyer practicing at Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella LLC in Wheaton, IL. Divorce Marketing Group is the only marketing agency that is 100%

Read more »

Kessler & Solomiany Family Law Celebrates 25 Years

On August 17, the law firm of Kessler & Solomiany, LLC of Atlanta, Georgia celebrated their 25th anniversary. The firm’s team of 12 attorneys and 20 staff members hosted an event, which included some of Atlanta’s top lawyers, judges, and other professionals as guests, to commemorate the law firm’s 25 years of practicing family law

Read more »

Free Teleseminar for Family Lawyers and Divorce Professionals

Dan Couvrette and Martha Chan, publishers of Family Lawyer Magazine and Divorce Magazine, are leading 30-minute seminars on successfully marketing your family law firm. Practical and Relevant Tips Every Other Month Divorce Marketing Group’s  Teleseminars offer insight into the marketing approaches and strategies of successful family law attorneys and other divorce practitioners. These sessions promise to

Read more »

Family Lawyer Magazine Offering Free Listing for First-Time Attendees of the National Conference on Divorce

Family Lawyer Magazine is partnering with the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) to offer a valuable incentive for first-time attendees of the National Conference on Divorce.  All first-time attendees who register for the 2016 event will receive a complimentary one-year listing in the Professional Directory on FamilyLawyerMagazine.com

Read more »

Pope Urges Church to Embrace Divorced and Remarried Catholics

The Pope wants the Church to reform its treatment of Catholics who are divorced and remarried. Although the Catholic Church does not fully ostracize remarried Catholics, the historical treatment of such individuals involves banning them from receiving Communion during a church service. Furthermore, these Catholics are openly viewed to be “living in sin” with their

Read more »

Mobile Marketing is Necessary to Match Shifting Consumer Trends

Ensure your law firm stays relevant in a world dominated by mobile devices. KPCB analyst and “Queen of the Internet” Mary Meeker recently released her 20th annual Internet Trends report containing noteworthy findings relevant to anyone hoping to successfully market their practice or services online. Specifically, the report reveals that marketing spending does not align with

Read more »

How Should the Legal System Treat Online Death Threats?

The Supreme Court is deliberating whether abusive online behavior, including death threats, should be categorized as criminal activity or protected under freedom of speech. In light of the case of Anthony Elonis, a man convicted in 2011 of multiple counts of online threats, including murdering his wife, the US Supreme Court will weigh in on

Read more »

Supreme Court Tacitly Approves Same-Sex Marriage Across 11 States

  The non-ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States on Monday, October 6th has helped strike down same-sex marriage bans in three jurisdictions across the country.   Same-sex couples and gay marriage advocates are celebrating a major success after the Supreme Court’s refusal to review cases by the three appellate courts that failed to

Read more »

North Dakota Brings Important Divorce Issue to the Ballot

  North Dakota voters now have an additional box to check on Election Day this November. The decision of whether or not to enact Shared Parenting will be included on the November 14th ballot and the fate of divorcing North Dakota families will be left up to the discretion of state’s voters. It is due

Read more »

The Conundrum of Same-Sex Divorce in Florida

  As same-sex couples continue to fight for the right to marry in many U.S. States, another major challenge is facing gay couples wishing to legally terminate their union. Kathleen Vacca is a recent example of a Florida resident being denied a divorce because the state does not recognize the legitimacy her same-sex marriage.  Read

Read more »