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A Compassionate Approach to Family Law

I read an interesting blog on LinkedIn recently quoting an entrepreneur named Bruce Kasanoff who said he believes compassion and boldness can coordinate. Of course they can!! This is one reason I practice family law, and one reason I am known for being different than...

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How To Be Happily Divorced

How To Be Happily Divorced

Americans as a nation are obsessed with happiness. So what does it take to be happily divorced? After all, the promise of happiness written into our founding documents: From the Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are...

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Why I Practice Family Law

Why I Practice Family Law

When I chose family law as my specialty, it was because it was a more focused and high-level way to help families during difficult times of their lives. Originally, I thought I might go into social work but I learned that through law, I could empower and support...

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Can a Marriage Survive Political Differences?

Can a Marriage Survive Political Differences?

It’s not as rare as you think to find a couple who think differently about politics. After all, a marriage is a coming-together of two whole separate people with their own interests, preferences and perspectives. And, politics. But in our polarized society today –...

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Divorce Success Depends on Being Organized

Divorce Success Depends on Being Organized

I love being organized and it is one of my strong suits . . .  except when I get too busy which is too often, then organizing my office or my home becomes a low item on my priority totem pole while focusing on staying the course with my case load! Being organized...

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Blended Families: A Legal Perspective

Blended Families: A Legal Perspective

It’s not easy to blend families. Sixteen percent of American children live in blended families, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In fact, 1,300 new step-families are formed every day, and 40 percent of American families are blended. And yet, research suggests that...

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