My new blog effort was recently picked up by the HuffPost, so I thought I would share it here as well. How does one get over a divorce? You can read my personal story here on the Huffington Post or after the jump: Continue reading “Ode To My Ex-Husband (Letting Go Of Anger After Divorce)”
Divorce is a complex and painful process. Image if everything happening in your divorce case was being published by the media. The public’s right to know allows the media to have open access to courtrooms (this is a 1st Amendment Constitutional right). As a former journalist, I definitely value the right of the public to monitor the courts. Continue reading “When The Daily News Is Involved In Your Divorce”
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, here’s my interview with Chase Kosterlitz and Sarah Byrne, hosts of the I Do Podcast, a forum aimed at inspiring young couples to create positive and happy relationships and successful marriages.
The other day, I had the pleasure of speaking with Chase Kosterlitz and Sarah Byrne, hosts of the I Do Podcast, a forum aimed at inspiring young couples to create positive and happy relationships and successful marriages.
So why did they want to talk to a divorce lawyer? One benefit of seeing individuals and couples in the midst of divorce and family crisis may be finding common patterns and things to avoid. I provide my tips on how to avoid landing in my office.
Listen to the interview:
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Divorce? You aren’t alone. Statistics show that January through March each year there’s a surge in Divorce filings. Questions? You can contact me 24/7 through my online schedule system at http://www.RichardsonLegalPLLC.com
There are many things that can make a divorce case horrible: emotional or obsessive clients who were not emotionally or financially prepared for a divorce; domestic violence; vindictive spouses who just want to punish the other person; children who are caught in the middle and witness too much; and creative lawyer-ing that can involve many courts and run up the cost and time frame of the case.
This week I spoke to Woman’s Day about one of my worst divorce cases, it was a “perfect storm: everything that could go wrong did go wrong.” Of course some of the small details and names are changed to keep it confidential. Once my firm got involved, we ended up turning the tables and getting our client the best outcome.
The story can be found at: 11 Divorce Lawyers Share Their Craziest Stories
“These tales make standard joint-custody cases look like a walk in the park.”
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