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How Do You Choose a Divorce Lawyer?
Divorce
Brana Williams

How Do You Choose a Divorce Lawyer?

Getting divorced will likely be very emotional and stressful.  Even if you are only considering it, the stress of finding a good divorce lawyer to help and advise you can be daunting. Obviously, trust and discretion are important factors, but so are results.  How do you choose a divorce lawyer

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About Me & My Practice
Brana Williams

About a Hearing & My Facebook Page…

Earlier this week I had a court appearance, walked in without a clue that it was going to be on TV – the station was there for another case but decided to cover my hearing as well as it was about something that was very much in the news at

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About Me & My Practice
Brana Williams

But, Enough About Waterloo

Written with my friend and colleague, Jenny Bradley of Triangle Smart Divorce in Cary, North Carolina.  As family law attorneys, we’re asked a lot about ‘what sort of person don’t we want as a client’. There’s a few potential answers, of course, but one type of personality is almost always

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About Me & My Practice
Brana Williams

About Changes

We deal in change. Almost all of our clients come to us to effect a significant change in their lives – adoption, separation, divorce, and more. These changes are almost always positive – regardless of how it seems at the time. But changes like those we work on everyday necessitate

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Speaking of Brad Pitt … and family law

A little over a week ago we published a blog piece about a great David Bowie song, Putting Out the Fire. We included a clip from Inglorious Basterds where it was used to memorable effect. Right away we posted it, something else hit us. Inglorious Basterds featured one of Brad

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About Me & My Practice
Brana Williams

David Bowie, Inglorious Basterds, and My Practice

A little while back there were a series of movies that explored unintended consequences. Films like Crash, Magnolia, Traffic, Babylon, all somewhat based on the theme that a series of random events come together over time to seamlessly intersect and effect, profoundly, the protagonists’ lives. These films were critically acclaimed for

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Family Law in the Media
Brana Williams

A Little More About HBO’s Divorce

You might remember that just before Thanksgiving we published a blog piece about HBO’s new show Divorce. We wrote that they really seemed to be getting a lot right – from the emotions, to counseling, to, well, the mechanics of the whole process. That was after three episodes. Now we’re

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HBO’s Divorce

There may be a spoiler or two below if you’re concerned at all with the narrative arc of HBO’s new show, Divorce. I’m in it more for the feel, the emotions, and the occasional right-on little detail that I see almost everyday in my practice. I started watching HBO’s Divorce a

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