Divorce Newsletter Launched by Women Only Law Firm in Virginia Beach, Virginia

Posted on Feb 4, 2009 by Hofheimer Family Law

The Largest law firm in America representing women only in divorce and custody announces the launch of the first edition of their firm newsletter. BRIEF WINS ! Included in the newletter are a variety of articles by the firm lawyers discussing issues like "who gets the family pet?", "How do you live separate and apart in the same house "and "Getting big companies to help send your children to college.

Also included in BRIEF WINS ! is news about Hofheimer Family Law Firm's co-founder Jack Ferrebee and how his urge to help others is sending him to some of the world's most needy countries. Joining Jack is his equally capable wife "Green Thumb" Boone Ferrebee who has never met a plant, shrub or tree that she didn't love and know how to nurture. Boone's talents are sorely needed in agriculturally deprived nations.

BRIEF WINS ! reports that Shannon Lemm, a divorce and custody lawyer, will be responsible for developing the Peninsula presence of Hofheimer Family Law Firm as the firm's unique brand and quality of service expands beyond the "Tidewater" markets of Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Chesapeake, Virginia to now include the Peninsula markets of Hampton, Newport News, Yorktown and Williamsburg, Virginia.

Hofheimer Family Law Firm, as reported in BRIEF WINS ! has expanded its' seminar "What every Woman Needs To Know About Divorce" to four presentations in three cities, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake and Newport News.The Three hour seminars are held the Second Saturday of each month at 8:30 am . Presenters include Hofheimer Family Law Firm attorneys and local mental health providers. (see www.monthlydivorceseminars.com)

Two new books about Divorce and Custody have been written by Hofheimer Family Law Firm attorneys. Charlie Hofheimer has written "What Every Virginia Women Should Know about Divorce" and his law partner and daughter, Kristen Hofheimer has written "The Woman's Custody Survival Guide" due back from the printer this week. Charlie's book is available free at www.virginiadivorcebook.com or it can be purchased on www.Amazon.com .