Your Advocate for Family Law

10 Commandments Of Family Law

1. The needs of the children come first
2. Control what you can control; let go of what you can’t
3. Your college roommate’s brother-in-law’s case has nothing to do with your case – don’t compare them
4. Be prepared and organized
5. Don’t personalize your spouse’s attorney

6. Think long-term and big picture
7. Family court is not about revenge or justice
8. Be polite and courteous, especially when faced with difficulty
9. A negotiated settlement is almost always better than what a court will do – and longer lasting
10. Seeing a therapist is a sign of strength, not weakness