How Can I Provide Value to Clients?

“How to provide value” is the mantra of most marketing consultants, and for good reason. We all want value in the products or services we buy. But we’ve all experienced products or services which promised “value”, and didn’t deliver. I was thinking about how this relates to the services my industry (divorce and family law)…

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From the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Texas Office of Court Administration (OCA) has monitored and tracked the impact of COVID-19 on our court systems. With the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Texas on March 4, the OCA issued guidance to courts across the state to enter a state of readiness and prepare…

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Adultery in Texas: From the Bedroom to the Courtroom

There is a myriad of reasons for why marriages fall apart and end in divorce. Sometimes it is financial stressors that seep into every nook and cranny of the relationship. Sometimes it is conflict with family and friends that corrodes the bonds of trust between spouses. Other times it is work, or illness, or a…

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19 Tips For Parents Sharing Custody During COVID-19

I’m privileged to be a member of an organization called the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML). It’s a professional honor to be invited into the organization, but more importantly, it’s an organization that does good things for children and families–even though the primary work of its members is assisting clients going through divorce. An…

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