In the perhaps “too many years” I have been reading and reporting on family law cases, there are times when a reported case inspires a collective shrug from the family law bar.  One prominent example is Beasley v. Beasley, a case that held that because a law firm was owned by a single lawyer,

On June 19, 2018, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, in an Opinion that could be described as unanimous, ruled that the trial court was correct when it decided that it could deviate from presumptive minimum guidelines in a high-end child support case. The case has been floating about for quite some time. We wrote about the