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July 28th, 2023 under The CW

Tonight at 8p, Family Law tackles the different stages of love, both in their personal lives and in their professional ones.

Now that Daniel (Zach Smadu) is a member of the 40 Under 40 club, he is ready to start dating again. So he is going to go on a dating app to meet his Mrs. Right. And just because what she writes sounds perfect doesn’t mean she is.

Daniel’s dad, Harry (Victor Garber), takes on a case of betrothed online influencers who are working out a prenup. They are having problems coming eye to eye on their demands, and that might end their relationship.

Meanwhile, Daniel and his sister, Abby (Jewel Staite), are hired by a mail-order bride who is trying to save her 2-month marriage so that she can stay in the country. Just when they think that they have found a way to stop the annulment, the judge rules against them. Will they be able to keep her in the country?

Daniel and Abby’s sister, Lucy (Genelle Williams), is not ready to see her marriage end. But she might get the realization that there is nothing she can do to get back with her ex.

And then there is Abby and her husband, Frank (Luke Camilleri), or should I say, ex-husband. Now that they agreed to get a divorce, it is time for them to tell their children the news. How will they react?

Like I said, they go through all the spectrums of relationships in this episode, which makes us ponder what is love and why do we fight for it.

I know because it gives you a family. If Harry didn’t sleep around, then Abby wouldn’t have a brother and sister to help her through this difficult time in her life. And they wouldn’t have her.

And that is what I adore about this legal drama. At the end of the day, it is about a family who works in a law firm. And they have each others’ backs in the courtroom, in the office, and at home.


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