My parents and family were also against many of my law school decisions. First off, they didn't think I should retake. Not their fault, they were ignorant of how this all works. Then, it was my mom wanting me to stay in state for the full ride. Then it was my dad wanting me to go to Chicago because "money won't matter once you're a hotshot lawyer. What's 70k? What's 100k? You'll be making that hand over fist!" Then it was people wanting me to stick with Duke because I already committed and was happy and it was warm and I had family nearby. Now they're happy for me because I'm happy with my decision, the direction my school will take me, and my sub 100k debt load at an Ivy league law school I would have never dreamed of when I first went to college.
Maybe one day I will regret leaving behind the southern brand that enticed me at Duke if I don't end up getting to practice in the south. Maybe I'll also regret not going to the "best" school I got into. Hell, I think I'll regret not sitting out and retaking for the shot at Harvard (lowerish LSAT, high gpa. Chicago loves em, Harvard does not). But I'm going to a great school with some financial freedom and I don't think I'll ever regret specifically what I chose, just maybe what I what I didn't.
Best of luck on your future decision everyone. Don't let your parents run your law school choice from the sidelines, even if you love yours as much as I love mine