Prof. Andrew Schepard Discusses Lawyers Helping Litigants File for Divorce in The Wall Street Journal

Andrew Schepard, Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Children, Families and the Law


Divorce-by-Form Riles Texas Bar

By Nathan Koppel

February 24, 2012

The Wall Street Journal


Nationally, court clerks’ offices increasingly are trying to help litigants by offering routine information about the steps to take to file or respond to a divorce, said Andrew Schepard, a family-law professor at Hofstra University School of Law. Family lawyers also volunteer to help out indigent litigants, he said, but “there aren’t enough pro-bono lawyers to go around.”

To read the full article, visit wsj.com.

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