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October 20, 2011

5 Support Arguments That Don’t Matter in Divorce Court

Divorce sucks. Especially when your lawyer tells you that you are likely going to come out with the short end of the stick. Even legal sophisticates, meaning those who have experience with courts and lawyers because of their business affairs, their real estate acquisitions or their estate planning, often gasp at the perceived immorality of divorce laws.

Clients frequently complain about the unfairness of divorce laws and the courts’ reluctance to consider moral issues that are important to litigants, but irrelevant to the court.

via Georgialee Lang: 5 Support Arguments That Don’t Matter in Divorce Court.

posted to Divorce,Mediation,Parenting @ 6:37 pm

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