Articles & Resources

Client & Witness Preparation

John Hennan | June 8, 2019

Witness preparation is tough. It’s time consuming and often exhausting for attorneys, and even more stressful for clients or non-party witnesses who want to testify well but find themselves in new and frightening territory in taking the witness stand. This short post talks about the importance of giving context to the client or witness during … Keep Reading

Divorce Roadmap – What to Expect

Aaron Culp | December 2, 2016

Divorce statistics are a consistent topic of discussion, but you never thought it could happen to you. Unfortunately, this is a reality for the majority of people getting married in the U.S. and, in fact, worldwide. In the midst of dealing with uncontrollable emotions resulting from the breakup, legal ramifications also come into play. How… Keep Reading

Humble Yourself and Rise Above

John Hennan | April 12, 2013

Practicing family law, in each new case there seems always to be accusations hurled back and forth regarding drug use, infidelity, alcoholism, bad parenting decisions, and on and on… Sometimes this is just mudslinging. Sometimes it is not. Often times, whether by agreement or court order, parties to a divorce suit, especially when children are… Keep Reading

Feelings, Facts, & Assumptions…

John Hennan | April 12, 2013

Following a hearing in Georgetown this past week, I went into a local coffee shop and, after cracking a typical lawyer’s “slip ‘n fall” joke at the sight of a wet floor sign, struck up a conversation with a woman, newly moved to the area, who is a marriage and family therapist. We shared, for… Keep Reading