Often, the toughest consultations are the ones where the client comes to us after attempting to handle their own case. It's a lot harder to fix what's been done than it is to handle the case the right way to begin with. It's ironic that a lot of people uy to save money by handling their own case but end up spending a lot more money fixing errors they had made.
Daniel was always close to his daughter Kelly. Even though he was divorced from Kelly's mom, Amy, he and Amy got along well and divided their time with Kelly almost 50/50. Rather than alienating each other, Daniel and Amy supported each other as parents for their precious little girl.
As a family law attorney, I fight over major life-changing issues. I help clients transition their families into their new normal. I help parents fight for their children. I've worked on high stakes international kidnaping cases. I help victims leave abusive relationships, which may have helped to save their lives. I help children who have been molested. At The Manely Finn, we deal with really major topics.
When a divorce case involves custody issues, most of the focus of the case is on the children. What is more important to a divorcing parent than their children? While the divorce issues are mainly about the children, you should not involve the children in the divorce because it is very hurtful to them.
Tonight's post on Appeals was written by our Lawrenceville and Gainesville family law attorney, Jennifer McCall.
Tonight's post on using the holidays to prompt conversations about long term care was written by our Elder Law attorney, Steve Worrall.
Shelia and I are back from Colorado, from the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System's Family Law Summit. We spent intensive days with approximately 30 attorneys chosen from around the United States because of our cutting edge work in family law.
Today's post about the impact of tissue boxes in divorce was written by our Lawrenceville and Gainesville attorney, Jennifer McCall.
Tonight's post about locating assets when a loved on dies was written by our Georgia Probate attorney, Steve Worrall.
In tonight's alternate universe, our protagonist has hired the third firm for his divorce. To read part III(c), click here.