If you think that your best friend or the professional charging you a fortune is the most important person in your corner, then you’re wrong.
You go through enough just making the decision to get divorced. By the time you get there, the last thing you need is another huge fight.
This moral dilemma troubles everyone from adolescent girls around a lunch table to women sipping wine in their golden years. Here is my lawyer-friend advice for what to tell your ex about your new relationship.
The process for how to change your name is simple: get a legal documentation of the change, then get all your important documents re-issued in your new name. Skipping either of these steps can cause headaches, hassles, and legal issues when you least expect them.
There are lots of very good lawyers out there, but that does not necessarily make them the best lawyer for you.
So, how do you know who to hire?
I just work in the legal system. If you come to me for help, then your life as you know it depends on this system. Good arguments, solid strategies, and “lawyer tricks” will only get you so far.
I’ve had the honor of working with a true spectrum of people at the most difficult times in their lives. Despite all the differences, though, one thing has been consistent in almost everyone I have represented in family court: frustration about money.
Many women (maybe even most women) are financially inferior to their husbands. It’s not right, it’s not fair, and it’s not politically correct for me to say, but it is true. These women go into divorce looking for one thing: alimony.
Here’s the problem: Women who depend on alimony are setting themselves up to fail.
As a divorce lawyer, I work with a lot of women who are stepping into a new found freedom. As soon as they are free of family court drama, they are eager to start their lives as single, independent women. Some are ready to start dating again while others are already looking at a new long-term relationship. I give every single one of them a crucial piece of advice: Background check every single person you date.
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