How to Derail Your Attorney (part 4 of 4) In the three previous articles we discussed ways you can derail your attorney on your case. In this article we will do an overview of the three articles and summarize the areas that have proven to be detrimental to your case and can quickly derail your…

How to Derail Your Attorney (part 3 of 4) Continuing our 4-part series, the following are some ways you can quickly derail your attorney from effectively representing you and your interests. 5. Unrealistic Expectations Your attorney is there to fight for you and your best interests, but that doesn’t always mean you are sure to win everything. No…

How to Derail Your Attorney (part 2 of 4) The following are some more ways you can quickly derail your attorney from effectively representing you and your interests. 3. Delay When it comes to family law, delaying is rarely beneficial to your case. In fact, in some instances it can hurt your case. If you drag your…

How to Co-Parent Successfully Good co-parenting requires both parties to have their children’s best interest in mind. It’s not just avoiding mistakes like those listed in the previous article, but also being committed to supporting your children and being unified as parents even though you are no longer together. Dr. Phil has made some suggestions for good co-parenting: Sit…

How To Prepare for Mediation Whether it’s your first time mediating or whether you’ve attended before, keep these considerations in mind as you are preparing to attend mediation. Come With an Open Mind Mediation can be a powerful tool if both parties allow it to be. Be prepared to discuss issues pertaining to your case. At…