Sunday, May 06, 2007

Life's short. Get a divorce.

Fetman, Garland & Associates' advertAs I've indicated before, we UK family lawyers certainly have a lot to learn about advertising from our American counterparts. However, with its caption "Life's short. Get a divorce.", Fetman, Garland & Associates' advert (above) has upset even some (usually more robust) American sensibilities. As one woman puts it, according to a Fox News report,: "It's offensive because the message is sex, and if you don't have what you want, you dump it". Quite.

3 comments:

  1. Congratulations to Corri Fetman! She has succeeded in reducing the practice of law from an honorable profession to the level of a minimum wage drive-thru burger joint. Her next stop will most likely be the Maury Povich TV show. There is no wonder why Americans have such low opinions of lawyers. A recent poll shows that only 24% of Americans trust lawyers.

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  3. To the last commenter: Sorry, I very rarely remove comments, but anything with unproven allegations against a specific individual is not acceptable.

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