There are so many variables that make this a hard question to answer. However, I would say that it’s no harder to succeed in a family law career than it is in any other career. Or at the very least, it’s no different from any other legal specification. I’m a custody attorney but I’ve also worked in financial law. I found the latter more difficult but that’s just because of my personal interests. I’d rather help to mend broken families than to make more money for already rich business people.
Yes, becoming successful has been a long and difficult task. I’m not even sure I’ve made it yet. How do you measure success, anyway? Is it by how much money you make or how happy the job makes you? Maybe these two aspects are interconnected. If you’re looking for more information, then you can get in contact with family law professionals by visiting Broadway Law.