Category Archive: order of protection

Your Spouse Hired Me. What does this mean for YOU?

Ok your significant other or spouse has hired me to represent them.  What will this mean for YOU? First, I am not and will never be about how much money I can make off your misfortune or unfortunate circumstances. Next, if your spouse has hired me I believe in working with a client to develop, …

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Find an Attorney

One Way to Find an Attorney How to choose your divorce or family law lawyer/attorney is a very serious matter.  It is a substantial purchase financially and it affects all aspects of your daily life.  One way to find an Attorney is word of mouth.  This is often the best method. I get referrals from …

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Help Your Children During Divorce

5 Ways to Help Your Children During Divorce How to help your children cope with your divorce. If you are nervous and anxious about the divorce process and you have some input and some control over the outcome, imagine what it is like for children who have neither.  You can help your children during divorce.  …

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Have an Experienced Divorce Attorney?

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Hired an Experienced Divorce Attorney?  Listen to the Divorce Attorney.         I represented a man over two years ago.  I was his divorce attorney.  During the divorce process on many different occasions he would speak directly with his Wife without sharing these discussions with me, without getting my input or advice.  The …

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STRESSFUL DIVORCE?

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  Lacking a good night’s sleep either during or after the divorce  or family law proceedings?  Are you experiencing a stressful divorce or family law matter? Chances are, your sleep patterns have been disrupted by your divorce or family law matter. Here are some suggestions on how to restore the balance.  Health and Well-Being O.K. …

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Am I a Victim of Emotional Abuse?

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Am I a Victim of Emotional Abuse?   I have some good news and some bad news regarding emotional abuse.  The bad news is that if you have been emotionally or physically abused by your partner/spouse the Divorce Courts seldom if ever punish for this treatment.  The good news—you don’t have to establish abuse to …

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