I meet with several new clients each week. Each meeting is different. Some folks come to the office highly organized and ready to proceed. Others are not even sure if they want a divorce (divorce attorneys always know the best and worst marital counselors). Some come in, highly emotional, because their spouse is dictating the divorce.
It is more than difficult to find a divorce attorney who is right for you. First and foremost, the attorney must be competent. Second, they must understand the inclinations of the judges in the jurisdiction where a divorce trial may occur. Third, they need to understand custody, when that is relevant. Finally, and not to be understated, they must understand money.
The pro's and cons of whether to fight to keep the house upon divorce are challenging to say the least. It involves emotion, financial planning, and quite often, thinking about what is best for the children.
Let's play some divorce "yes" or "no." Based on your answer, you will know what to do.
You are divorced, for better or for worse. You have been trying to make a to do list to close out everything related to your marriage. Let me provide you with a starter list-okay, maybe it is a bit more intense than that. The point is to get you thinking.
Whether your divorce or child custody case is in Howard County or elsewhere throughout the State of Maryland, you need to choose a highly experienced family law, divorce and custody attorney who understands how the religious beliefs-or non-beliefs-of parents can affect the outcome of a case.
Do you believe that the tone of a marriage will dictate the tone of the divorce? It is a very interesting concept and often true.
If you are reading this, you know what I am talking about. Some call it living as roommates. Some know how and when the marriage turned into something different. Some do not. But everyone agrees that right now, it is a marriage in name only.
The short answer is yes, but that would make this blog far too short. The real answer is usually yes, provided that Facebook does not change its access to obtaining this information.
Whether in Howard County or elsewhere throughout the State of Maryland, if you want to decide whether to settle your case or go to trial, you want to make sure your family law attorney attends all of the latest seminars where Judges and Family Law Magistrates are teaching attorneys how to try cases before them.