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10 Reasons that You Should Not Represent Yourself in Divorce: Doing it Right the First Time and the Pitfalls of "No Contest" Divorces

16296502555_f67784abe2.jpgThere are somethings you can afford to cross your fingers and hope to get right without much effort. Divorce is not one of them. Too often, I get hired to "fix" the wrongs of a couple who thought (admirably so), that they would agree to all the terms of the divorce, only to wind up three to six months now in the office of the divorce lawyer that they never intended on using in the first place. Why does this happen?

Be Careful What you Ask For: Why You May Reconsider Giving Your Ex More Time with Your Kids

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10 Questions To Ponder Before Your Initial Divorce Consultation

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Defining a Complex Divorce: There is No "TRY"-- only "DO"

Complex-divorce-love.jpgThere is no TRY in divorce. That doesn't stop clients from trying to fix their own problems before even asking for help. When a client walks into my office for a first consult with a printed spreadsheet detailing the division of the estate, I am impressed and worried at the same time. He/She will proudly explain to me that "everything is decided. All you have to do is draft it." Famous last words. 

Beware of Modifications: Pandora's Box

pandora_box_by_shadertattoo-d6fl4af.jpgNobody starts anything hoping to fail. Especially in litigation, we strategize, project and predict the outcome before even filing many times. This rings true especially in family law modifications- where we are seeking to change the terms of custody, child support or access in suits affecting parent-child relationships. In Modifications we are potentially opening Pandora's Box.

Parental Alienation: Who Puts Kids in Jail for Not Seeing their Dad?

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