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The word “concern” is often misused, and most of the time willfully so, in #ChildCustody cases. When DHR, the Other Side or any other witness starts tossing around what they’re “concerned” about that should be a red flag that the witness doesn’t actually know anything. Terminology is important, and we need to start using “concern” […]
It’s okay to be without your children on December 25th. It doesn’t mean you’re a bad person or a bad parent. Your kids know you love them; they know you miss them. They’re thinking of you just like you’re thinking of them. For whatever it might be worth, doing what we do all day every […]
Oldie but a goodie and still give this #ChildCustody advice everyday. Oh what I would tell this Child knowing what I know now. But first, I’d get him some new headphones, yikes! #CoParenting #ThinkLikeALawyer
In his book, Zappos.com® founder, Tony Hsieh, wrote that ““[u]ltimately happiness is really just about enjoying life.” Ultimately, though, Mr. Hsieh ended up endlessly seeking happiness or the next thrill and surrounding himself with yes people who took advantage of his largesse. Happiness, if it is anywhere at all, is right where you are. Happiness, […]
We are so damn lucky to have jobs we love helping people we care about stand up for themselves and their families, so it’s not super tough to get motivated to work on Saturday, but seeing this first thing in our email in this morning doesn’t hurt. ???? #ChildCustody #avvo #dhr
Everyone slow down a little and take your time today. Let’s all survive Friday the 13th in 2020.
The freedoms we fight to protect with pens and pencils in suits and ties are the freedoms you earned for us in a uniform. Thanks, Veterans! ????????????????????????????
I’m gonna say three things that can all be true about the same situation… I’m trying to get in better shape. I’m going to the gym a few times a week. I meet with my personal trainer, Daniel, each Monday, Thursday and Saturday and 6:30 a.m. Which is good? Which is better? Which is best? […]
Rarely do we get our philosophical insights from YA fiction, but Alabama-born author John Green’s “The Fault in our Stars” reminded us about this thoughtful work by René Magritte. The French translates to “this is not a pipe”, i.e., it’s merely a representation of a pipe. In #ChildCustody terms, we remind clients that when the […]