The Value of Neutral Financial Professionals in Divorce

written by Katherine Miller “It’s never just about the money.”  That is a common phrase amongst professionals who work with people in conflict.  Money is certainly a critical piece of many of not most negotiations of any kind and certainly this is true in divorces.  Of course, there are situations where it’s obvious to anyone and everyone that more than just dollars and cents are involved.  A surprising number of people come into the negotiation of their own divorces thinking and saying that it’s “just a business deal” by the time they make the decision to divorce. Marriage is a […]

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How to Evaluate an Attorney

This Divorce eNewsletter article is brought to you by Lisa Gresham of Equitable Divorce and Divorce Magazine by Brette McWhorter Sember, JD To evaluate an attorney the first thing you want to consider is how experienced your attorney is in the matrimonial field. Attorneys who primarily handle divorce and family law have managed more cases and presumably have more knowledge than those who handle divorces along with everything else. They also have more connections with judges and other attorneys, and familiarity with the court process and court personnel. Schedule a free consultation with the attorney you’ve selected and consider it […]

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