How to Choose an Attorney

When selecting your divorce lawyer, there are certain considerations you should make to help ensure you have the best representation for your situation. These include:

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5 Reasons Why Your Divorce Is Not a Failure

It can be easy to think of our life in terms of a series of successes and failures. And while we recognize that there is something to be learned from our failures, we are certainly in no hurry to add another failure to our personal scorecard of life. When it comes to divorce, however, many of us are too quick to relegate it to the failure column. In many ways, divorce is not a failure. Here’s why:

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Should You Hire a Men's Divorce Attorney for a Divorce?

While a do-it-yourself divorce may seem like an attractive option in terms of reduced cost and straight-forwardness, when it comes to divorce, partnering with an experienced men’s divorce attorney is not critical. For choosing an attorney for your divorce, the primary reasons should be expertise and experience.

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Seven Behaviors to Avoid While in Divorce Court

As an experienced divorce attorney, I have had the opportunity to appear in court hundreds of times to conduct hundreds of trials for my clients.  I have always ensured that they realize that they were going to be appearing in front of only a judge and not a jury.  I remind them that the judge has a great deal of discretion in rendering decisions in their case, particularly those involving their children.  Although bound by general principles, state statutes and case law, the court has the wide area in which to make decisions regarding all aspects of the children's life, including timesharing (custody/visitation), support, and other issues concerning your property such as equitable distribution and alimony.  Consequently, I always advise my clients regarding the following:

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Top Six Reasons Why Your Divorce Attorney Is Not Responding to Your Phone Calls or Your Emails

The most frequent complaint made against lawyers in general, and divorce lawyers in particular, is their failure to respond to their client's phone calls or emails. Understandably, divorce clients are under a lot of emotional and, sometimes, financial pressure. They want to be reassured or, at least, hear the explanations that their attorneys may have concerning their concerns and/or complaints regarding their former spouse or other individuals. However, there is often a legitimate reason why your divorce attorney may not be immediately seeking you out after you have telephoned or emailed him or her. Those reasons may include:

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Strategic Planning Before, During and After Your Divorce

Wondering what you should be doing in your divorce? Here is a list of strategic steps you can take before, during and after your divorce to help you obtain a smooth and successful process.

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Divorce Advice for Individuals or Entrepreneurs

If you are an individual or entrepreneur, your divorce requires a specialized approach to ensure asset protection, minimal tax implications and personally satisfying results. Consider the following strategies, customized to high net worth divorces, to help ensure you attain your goals from the divorce process.

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Should You Choose a Women's Divorce Attorney?

While the selection of a divorce attorney is a critically important decision for anyone preparing to go through a divorce, should your decision differ based on your gender?

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7 Tips for Business Owners Going Through a Divorce

As an individual going through a divorce, one of your biggest concerns is protecting the assets that you have spent years building during your marriage. Perhaps there is no greater example of this concern than your business.

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How Do I Keep My Florida Divorce Out of Court?

Do you want to protect what is rightfully yours without having to step one foot into a courtroom? Learn what options (other than a traditional based Florida divorce) exist if you are going through a dissolution of marriage in Florida.

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