- New Florida Alimony Law?
- My role as ABA Family Law Section Immediate Past Chair
- The benefits of a Smart Phone
- How You Can Help Your Divorce Lawyer Do a Good Job
- What it’s like being a divorce lawyer on Valentine’s day.
- Divorce lawyer goes to New Orleans, why?
- Family Lawyers meet to help improve things
- Every New Year the divorce cases pile in
- Welcome 2013
- Bar Mitzvah Year?
- Kids Rules
- Teens v Parents, at what age to cut the cord?
TagsABA adoption adultery alimony American bar association Attorney Attorneys celebrity celebrity divorce child custody Children child support cle court Custody divorce divorce law Divorce Lawyer divorce lawyers DOMA domestic relations Elin Family Family Court family law Gay gay divorce gay marriage high profile High Profile Divorce International custody judges law Laws Lawyer Lawyers legal marriage Mediation same sex same sex marriage Settlement support Tiger Woods visitation
Author Archives: Randy Kessler
I recently appeared on Fox Business on the Willis Report to discuss the proposed new alimony law in Florida (interview can be seen by clicking: video.foxbusiness.com/v/2330991181001). It is an interesting law. While many have summarized it as a vehicle to … Continue reading
When my term as Chair of the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association ended in August of 2012 in Chicago, I thought that my travelling days were headed for a significant reduction. And I enjoyed the travel and … Continue reading
Here is a blog entry I was asked to write by LinkedIn. It was published there earlier this week: I consider myself an early adopter. It is fun to try new things, to explore, and it keeps me in the … Continue reading
This is a guest post by Scott Morgan a board certified family law attorney in Texas and founder of the Morgan Law Firm a Houston based firm with an additional office in Austin. As soon as you’re certain that a … Continue reading
This is a copy of my recent blog written for LinkedIn: It is very interesting being a divorce lawyer on Valentine’s Day. Yes, at times I feel bad being in a profession that is part of the process of breaking … Continue reading
there are certainly many business related benefits such as seeing clients, their agents and advisors Continue reading
I owe it to my clients to learn as much as I can to help them. Continue reading
Another blog I recently wrote for LinkedIn: It’s a New Year. Why does that so often mean divorce? Every year in January we receive more calls from people who want to learn about, discuss or file for divorce. Some may … Continue reading
Court decided resolution is never as good as a result agreed to by the people involved. And that can best be accomplished if we act civilly. Continue reading
Bar Mitzvah year, 2013 2013, a future has arrived. Just the name of the year, 2013, still sounds to me like a science fiction title. While the number 13 has to many been a symbol of bad luck, it seems … Continue reading
Again I wrote for LinkedIn and want to share it here as well: Parents, even parents not going through a divorce, often ignore what is in their children’s best interests. I do not mean forgetting meals or not educating them, … Continue reading
I wrote the following for LinkedIn as an “Influencer”: I was asked to comment on HLN last week on the story about the young actress (14 years old) from the TV show Modern Family who wants to be out from … Continue reading
It is eerie to have landed in Mexico as our U.S. presidential election draws to a close. Whatever your personal beliefs, we are in for a very interesting four years, at least on the family law front. Same sex marriage, … Continue reading
I was interviewed today (October 21, 2012) on CNN about the new Federal Court decision declaring section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional (click here to see the interview: http://youtu.be/TErI_O9nQ6E). Continue reading
(The following is a blog entry I contributed to LinkedIn as one of their “Influencers”): Gosh the laws are in a state of flux on this topic. I contributed to a front page story in the wsj a week … Continue reading
…whether a “surrogate” mother is also a legal mother? Continue reading
I am lucky to be passionate about what I do. The rewards are not immediate, but I know I am doing my best to help people, and any lawyer who practices family law should feel that way… Continue reading
Double Duty, Quadruple Duty Family Law Day; Divorce Seminar, Child Abuse Seminar and 2 TV interviews
I didn’t do anything complex or change anything or anyone, but I did my little part, using the knowledge I have, to try to improve lives. And that made the day wholly worthwhile. Continue reading
I have the honor of being the Co-Chair of the referenced CLE (continuing Legal Education program) scheduled for September 14, 2012 (8:30am-Noon) at the State Bar of Georgia Headquarters. Stewards of Children Training is a revolutionary, child sexual abuse prevention … Continue reading