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Should You Divorce?

Should You Divorce?

How do you know when it’s time to end a marriage?  Maybe you’ve been thinking about it for years and are leaning toward splitting up. Is there a point when you just know it’s time?  That’s a great question, and there is no real answer. The only way to know if you...

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Know Your Divorce Options

Know Your Divorce Options

Clients often wonder which path to take when divorcing, as there are many routes to go – litigation, mediation, Collaborative Divorce, or a DIY online quickie. Here’s a way to understand each option and when you should opt for one over the other. LITIGATION If you and...

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Don’t Make the Same Mistake Twice

Don’t Make the Same Mistake Twice

When people get out of a relationship, they vow to never make the same mistakes in the next relationship. They think they have such clarity, such vision about what went wrong and what they won’t do or tolerate again. They vow to never divorce a second or third time,...

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The Challenges of Virtual Lawyering

The Challenges of Virtual Lawyering

We are more than a year into pandemic protocols of varying levels, and one thing that seems here to stay is a reliance on Zoom and other virtual technologies that let us connect from a distance. That’s a good thing, right? We can get our work done, see people’s...

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The Freedom You’ll Find After a Divorce

The Freedom You’ll Find After a Divorce

For many people, divorce means freedom. Freedom from an overbearing or underwhelming relationship. Freedom from the obligations to please a person they just can’t please. Freedom from the trappings of a go-nowhere relationship. Freedom to become who they feel they are...

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Protecting Your Assets

Protecting Your Assets

We live in a land of fairy tales. Think of all the movies and popular culture stories of happily ever after, true love, soulmates and other tropes that lead us to believe from a very young age that love is easy, love lasts forever, and everyone has the other person’s...

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