I have been practicing in this area of law since I graduated from law school. I have learned that there needs to be more focus on arguing over issues that matter thanthose that don't.... more
I have been practicing in this area of law since I graduated from law school. I have learned that there needs to be more focus on arguing over issues that matter thanthose that don't.Often,once the litigation is over, the mother and father still have to work with each other as co-parents. The balance of getting what is fair and gettingyou and your children through a very difficult time both emo... view profile
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