As readers of this column soon discover kitchentabledivorce.ca is all about empowering people to take control of their own family law issues. Or to put it differently, sitting down at a table with your ex, and/or his lawyer, to attempt to resolve your dispute, almost always beats standing up in court, in front of a.
Here it is after much fanfare- the number 1 question I am asked by separating or divorcing spouses, “Do I really need a lawyer? My spouse says that we should just work it out ourselves and save on lawyer’s fees.” What this really means is that your spouse has probably already received legal advice and.
For those separating and divorcing parents who missed Dr. Elterman’s fascinating talk on the subject of the best interests of children I will be uploading the video in the coming week. In the meantime if you would like to contact Dr. Elterman, or have any legal questions regarding disputes involving your children (or grandchildren) call.