Since 2012, Family Lawyer Magazine’s reputation has been built on providing high-quality content from a wide range of top professionals, including family law attorneys, judges, mediators, financial analysts, forensic accountants, business valuators, custody evaluators, therapists, and other divorce professionals. We also welcome relevant content from technology, software, and practice management experts.
All articles/proposals should be geared towards your fellow professionals – not towards divorcing people (if you wish to submit an article geared towards people going through divorce, you can do so through our two consumer websites: DivorceMag.com and DivorcedMoms.com).
Since you will be writing for your peers, we encourage you to address relatively advanced and/or niche topics; you should assume readers have a solid grasp of family law basics, and some have been practicing for many years. For topic ideas, please see “Write for Family Lawyer Magazine”.
Depending upon our editorial needs, we may consider your article for publication in the print Family Lawyer Magazine. We will contact you if this is the case.
10 Guidelines for Submitting Articles or Proposals to Family Lawyer Magazine
- You must be an experienced professional working in the family law arena, a practice management expert, and/or a tech guru.
- Your article should be about 1,200 words in length; minimum 600 words and maximum 2,500 words.
- Your article must be relevant to family lawyers and other professionals working in the family law/divorce arena. See “Write for Us“ for suggested topics.
- The content should be clear, easy to read, and ready for publishing.
- Your article cannot be an advertisement for your service or product.
- Your article must be original and not previously published on the Internet.
- You agree not to publish this article anywhere else – with the exception of your own blog or website. If the article has already appeared on your own blog or website, we may still consider posting it; please add a line to the end of your article stating where it originally appeared: e.g., “A version of this article originally appeared on www.My Blog.com”
- In the event your article is published, you will receive attribution in the form of a “byline” and an “author credit” (max. 50 words) with a link to your website at the end of the article.
- Once published, FamilyLawyerMagazine.com reserves the right to keep the content on the website indefinitely.
- You acknowledge and agree that you are not submitting content with the expectation of any payment/royalties.
Finally, if we accept your article for publication, we reserve the right to edit the text and author credit for content, house style, length, and SEO (Search Engine Optimization).