The Law Office of Melvin A. Cook provide Salt Lake City families with a compassion and expertise born of an extensive legal and business knowledge and a lifelong love of home in Utah. He is an experienced Salt Lake City divorce lawyer at once a skilled lawyer, qualified business expert, and a deeply personal advocate for Utah families suffering through separation and divorce, for whom his many areas of expertise are put to daily use.
Having the right divorce attorney on your side can often make the difference between maintaining or losing the rights to your assets, property and the custody of your children. To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your options with divorce, please contact our law offices today at 805-409-9132.
Stephanie L. Mahdavi, has more than 15 years of experience handling divorce cases. As a divorce herself and a child of divorced parents, she understands the concerns you are facing. You can take heart knowing she cares not only about your case, but also about helping you achieve your goals and establishing a new life after divorce.
Don't play this game if you are in the process of divorce and are not in a place where you think poking a little fun would provide you some relief.
If humor is the one of the best forms of relief for misfortune, then this game attempts to provide some comic relief to those suffering from their divorce.
A powerful presentation on the impact of divorce.
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Drunk, Divorced & Covered in Cat Hair is a quirky, irreverent memoir that is a spinoff of the blog phenomenon, www.crazyauntpurl****, one of the most successful online diaries in history. Author Laurie Perry's blog has an international fan base of enthusiastic readers readers who check in daily to read about Laurie's unique perspective about life in general. You don't have to knit to love Crazy Aunt Purl. You just have to know what it feels like to have loved and lost and have a complete meltdown because of it. We've all been there. Pass the wine.
When author Laurie Perry was having a divorce meltdown, she was surprised to find that a new hobby - knitting - was oddly comforting. Watch the video to find out how she knit-one, purl-two'd her way out of depression and into the life of a fancy pants author.
Going through a divorce was one of the hardest things I had to ever do and did it twice in my life, yet I can now look back and say that I am glad I did but at the time it was hell on Earth, even drove me to drink that was also then a hard battle but all this made me a much stronger person as I am now world famous for my Internet dating as well as my documentary, (My 100,000 lovers) and my book, (A Serial Shaggers guide to Internet dating),
Illinois Family & Divorce Mediator Brian James of www.CELandAssociates**** talks about his practice.
Life after divorce - Emotional and legal divorce - why a divorce is a battle - How to win this challenge - How to rebuild a new personal base - The keys to get your power back
Divorce battle? - Don't go to court! - Why a legal battle is a lose-lose - The true alternative is mediation - Solve conflicts in a diplomatic way - the power of solving disagreements through dialogue - Why you don't need a judge
Often in divorce, parents operate in the dark without the proper tools for creating a healthy divorce environment for their children. It is not uncommon for divorcees to jump too quickly into a new relationship in order to avoid the inevitable grief process invovled. When this happens, children suffer. But, the proper tools can help parents create a healthy divorce. Answers from the Divorce Coach
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An Introduction to the Laws of Spiritual Divorce.
Divorce Mediation can be an excellent (and inexpensive) alternative to attorneys. But is it right for you? Legal expert Rachel Fishman Green gives Debbie the low-down, detailing real-life stories of when mediation worked and when it went south.
Rachel Fishman Green, Esq. is an attorney who began her practice as a divorce and family mediator in 1995. She graduated cum laude from Boston University School of Law in 1990.
Green is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Family & Divorce Mediation Council of Greater New York where she chairs the Ethics Committee and the Domestic Violence Task Force and, for five years, was the editor-in-chief of that organization's newsletter, Council News.