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  • The Financial Reckoning that Comes with Divorce
    The Financial Reckoning that Comes with Divorce

    Not very many of my clients come out of their divorce better off financially than when they went into it. The ones that do were being financially abused by their spouses and were already paying all ...

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  • Should I Represent Myself In My Divorce?
    Should I Represent Myself In My Divorce?

    If you have children, real estate, a business or retirement assets the answer is generally no. However, the answer to this question also depends on your comfort level with representing yourself, your ...

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  • Should I Get a Second Opinion In My Missouri Divorce Case?
    Should I Get a Second Opinion In My Missouri Divorce Case?

    Your attorney isn’t getting back to you. There were mistakes in the documents filed with the court. You are starting to doubt whether you have the right attorney. When should you get a second opinion? ...

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  • What Can I Say to My Kids? What Should I Not Say to My Kids During a Divorce?
    What Can I Say to My Kids? What Should I Not Say to My Kids During a Divorce?

    This question gets asked quite frequently. I have tried to bullet point a list of what to say and what not to say to kids while you are involved in a divorce or custody dispute with the other parent ...

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  • Divorce by Tahoe
    Divorce by Tahoe

    My long standing joke with friends and family is that if you buy a Chevrolet Tahoe it means you will end up divorced. Over the past 16 years of practice I have had a disproportionately high number of ...

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  • Why are Divorce Attorneys so Expensive?
    Why are Divorce Attorneys so Expensive?

    The short answer is that you are paying for your attorney’s TIME and it’s likely that neither you nor your lawyer fully discussed how he/she bills and how your case could be handled for less money. ...

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