My personal family law practice closed its doors summer 2014. With relief and gratitude I took my "shingle" down for the final time 08/17/14. Practicing family law in Georgia since 1995 has been both brutal and illuminating. It changed the course of every single relationship I have had in my adult life. My work created deep, lasting friendships with colleagues and former clients, but it -as a matter of course- destroyed marriages and broke families, in every way a family can be "broken" under the guise of law. The practice changed me, once an optimist, into a sly and aggressive cynic. I was not just the "president" of a family law practice: I was a consumer. This could be awfully regrettable, if I wished to dwell in regret but I don't. Put simply: I have seen too much. And, God willing, I have got some fences and some hearts, including my own, to mend in the second half of my life. My appreciation goes out to all of you who supported me, and you know who you are. Blessings!
Willie Nelson surely sang it best about change: "On the road again, just can't wait to get on the road again. The life I love is making music with my friends, and I can't wait to be on the road again."