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After a number of years in this profession -- specifically, family law and all it entails -- I remain convinced that the best results are often obtained when the two people dissolving their union sit down and resolve their issues outside of court. This means less stress to the parties and their children, less money spent on attorneys, and less animosity between the parties.
The challenge is sometimes to determine whether a client's case is appropriate for a mediated settlement. If your spouse was argumentative, unreasonable or abusive in your relationship, then they won't change during your dissolution. Expect more of the same, only amplified many times; you will probably end up in court. So if you believe you will be getting divorced and you're married to such a person, by all means, plan ahead. Your spouse will not play fair, so find out how to protect yourself. I provide a no-charge, one-half hour consultation so you can determine the steps you should take prior to filing for divorce. We hope for the best, and plan for the worst. By taking preemptive and proactive steps, you will protect your rights and make the dissolution process much easier for your entire family.