Same-Sex Marriage – and Divorce

After a landmark decision by the US Supreme Court on June 26, same-sex couples can now marry – and then divorce – in every state. Despite the inclement weather, the hundreds of thousands of participants and spectators at the annual Pride March in New York City were ecstatic following last week’s landmark 5-4 decision to legalize same-sex

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Use the date stamp feature to specify when to publishing post

When the post is ready, just click on Edit next to “Publish immediately”, a calendar will show up to let you choose the date and hour as to when you want to publish the post. Once the post is published, the Status that says “Draft” will automatically change to “Published”  

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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

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Google: April 21st Is Your Deadline to Have a Mobile Website

Author’s update on April 22: Make your website mobile friendly, even if you have missed the April 21 deadline. If your website is not mobile friendly, Google will make you pay the price until it becomes mobile friendly. Furthermore, you pay the price of having frustrated visitors leave your unfriendly website. You have many reasons

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Is blogging advertising? Or is it only when lawyers do it?

The California State Bar….   Do we stop at blogging or does this extend to lawyers answering frequently asked questions, writing articles or appearing in educational podcasts and videos. How about media interviews? If they are advertising materials, then, will they also be subject to approval by the bar? Which means, an article, a post

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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

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Please Consider Donating a Kidney to a Family Lawyer

  Ken Lester, a family lawyer from South Carolina, is in need of a kidney transplant, and I am using the resources available to Divorce Marketing Group, including Family Lawyer Magazine, to help spread the word. Click here to read more about it. It isn’t just because Ken is a client of ours that we

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The $1 Billion Divorce and the Rest of Us

The high profile divorce case between Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm and his ex-wife Sue Ann Hamm has been widely followed and reported by the press for several reasons since the divorce was filed by Sue Ann Hamm in 2012. The media buzz surrounding the case was largely due to the high net worth assets involved,

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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

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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

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