Recent Ruling on Privacy Laws Upholds No Right to Location Privacy

Privacy Laws and “Location Privacy” In May 2016, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on a case involving “cell site”  and location privacy information on the location of a criminal suspect’s mobile phone. The court ruled, 12-3, that police do not need to get a warrant in order to get mobile phone location […]

Divorce Mediation: The Third Party Issue | Charleston Divorce Attorney

The Third Party Issue In my blog post Divorce & Mediation: What’s the Best Option for You? I discussed the reasons many people choose mediation over litigation when initiating a divorce. Finding a good Charleston divorce attorney and participating in mediation is a less costly, less time intensive way to get through a divorce.  It often […]