Category: Book Reviews

Happy Father’s Day: Good Good Father

Strong male figures are important in any person’s life. For many, this figure is a child’s father, but for others, it may be a step parent, sibling, teacher, boss, friend, co-worker, other male figure, or even God, as aptly sung in Good Good Father. This is a perfect day to express gratitude for those influences. […]

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The Psychology of Litigation: Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

Going to court can bring out stress. People do not always behave their best and it is usually one of the worst periods in a person’s life. Whether your lawsuit is against a formerspouse, employer, business partner, or another, it is not unusual for the pressure to push someone into an uncharacteristic mental state. This […]

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Teen Stages – Book Review Compared to the Best Interests Standard in Divorce

I have family law clients with a variety of issues that arise in raising their children and divorce. I am asked all types of questions, not necessarily pertaining to law, but also the simple how-to-manage teen problems in a manner that will prevent litigation issues, as well as be best for the children. For any […]

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