Category: Litigation

I’ve Been Sued. Now What?

By Matthew L. Kelsey If you are extra special a local Sheriff’s Deputy handed you the paperwork.  If you are merely average on the special scale it just came in the mail.  It is usually only in the movies that a process server approaches you and delivers the famous line that “you’ve been served.”  However… Read more »

Ten Ways to Make Your Lawyer Rich

1. Tell your lawyer not to bother making a Transfer on Death Deed for your home for $200 – instead force your kids to open an estate administration after you have died to transfer the house, costing them $2,000.00. 2. Don’t make a Will even though you have a second wife and kids by your… Read more »

Why Mediation in Domestic Cases

James R. Williams, Esq.-January, 2014 Over the last 23 years, I have judged, arbitrated, mediated, or lawyered over 1,500 divorce and paternity cases ranging from no assets and no children to marital estates consisting of several million dollars and cases involving horrendous custody disputes. There are no other matters we handle as attorneys where emotions… Read more »