Louisville, KY (PRWEB) March 2, 2007
Divorce Law Journal (http://www.DivorceLawJournal.com), a legal weblog covering divorce and family law matters for professionals in Kentucky and beyond celebrates its first anniversary.
Information foraging and human-computer interaction has driven adaptations to web activity. Blog technology has significantly impacted Diana L. Skaggs Associates' ability to deliver family law cases and news with lightning speed. Two years of all published law cases in Kentucky have been posted, digested, and linked to the online decisions. Practicing attorneys are reading it, using it, and helping their clients because of it. Collaborative impact is a foundational outcome of this blog. Financial professionals whose work overlaps that of attorneys in helping divorcing couples now have an easy way to stay up to date. Emerging trends across the country are also posted and discussed. Mediators particularly value the dialogue that a blogging platform provides.
Diane Levin, Marblehead, Massachusetts, at Online Guide to Mediation (http://mediationblog.blogspot.com), says "I've described this excellent blog as one of which offers "lucidly written, intelligent analysis" of legal issues, and I stand by that. This blog consistently delivers the goods. Although its Louisville-based author Diana Skaggs tracks Kentucky divorce and family law, her blog has a nation-wide scope, staying abreast of developments in these practice areas across the U.S. For American mediators who work closely with divorcing couples and families, this blog, published by a mediation-friendly attorney, is a must-read stop on the web."
Victoria Pynchon in Beverly Hills, California has this to say at Settle It Now Negotiation Blog (http://settleitnow.blogspot.com), "Diana Skaggs' Divorce Law Journal pays more attention to alternate dispute resolution than any practicing attorney blog I'm aware of. Her insights are spot-on, her knowledge broad and her wisdom, well, wise."
There are several other weblogs published by family attorneys, but Divorce Law Journal is the only one limited to divorce and family law. Ben Cowgill, Lexington, Kentucky, says at Legal Ethics Newsletter (http://KentuckyLegalEthics.com) "It should come as no surprise that Diana is the first domestic relations practitioner in Kentucky to launch a legal weblog. Earlier this year, she was honored by the Louisville Bar Association for being at the forefront of new developments in the practice of family law and for demonstrating a high level of client concern, public service and innovation in her law practice. She is the founder and senior partner of Diana L. Skaggs & Associates, a "boutique" domestic relations firm in Louisville."
For more information contact Diana L. Skaggs, Diana L. Skaggs Associates, 623 W. Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202 (502)562-0050.
Diana L. Skaggs is the President of the Kentucky Chapter of The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Practicing divorce law for more than twenty years, Diana was recognized by the Louisville Bar Association in 2006 as the family law practitioner of the year, for being on the forefront of new developments in the practice of family law, for her innovation in the field as well as her continued dedication to families, children and public service. To learn more about Kentucky Divorce Law and Diana L. Skaggs Associates visit http://www.LouisvilleDivorce.com.