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Laura W. MorganLaura W. Morgan owns and operates Family Law Consulting in Charlottesville, Virginia. She is the author of Child Support Guidelines: Interpretation and Application (Aspen Law & Business, 1996 & supps.), the leading treatise on child support guidelines in the United States and was the Chair of the Child Support Committee of the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association for six years. Her website SupportGuidelines.com, the comprehensive resource for the interpretation and application of child support guidelines in the United States, has been selected as one of the Best Legal Websites by American Lawyer Media, as well as a Lawyers Weekly USA Top Ten Web Pick, a LegalOnline Web Pick, and a JURIST Best of the Web Family Law selection. As a national expert on child support, she has acted as special consultant to many state child support guidelines review commissions, as well as to the federal government of Canada.

Ms. Morgan’s expertise encompasses all aspects of family law. She is the co-author of Attacking and Defending Marital Agreements (ABA 2001) and The Spousal Support Handbook (ABA 2007). She teaches the Advanced Family Law course at the United States Judge Advocate General School, and she has participated in scores of CLEs across the country on a variety of family law topics. She is Executive Editor of Divorce Litigation, is on the Board of Editors of the Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, The American Journal of Family Law, and The Family Advocate (ABA Section of Family Law), and has written law review articles for New Mexico Law Review, The Family Law Quarterly, Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, South Carolina Law Review, and Canadian Journal of Family Law. Her articles have also appeared in the Wisconsin Bar Journal, Kansas Trial Lawyers’ Association Journal, Tennesee Bar Journal, Florida Commentator, American Journal of Family Law, Trial Magazine, The Practical Lawyer, The Journal of the Virginia Trial Lawyers’ Association, the Florida Bar Journal. She is also a contributing author to numerous family law manuals and compilations.

Ms. Morgan is a member in good standing of the bars of Massachusetts and Virginia.

Her current CV is available here.

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