Well, in Feb 2008 I had a client who advised me that she did not want to get a divorce and wanted to repair her marriage. I thought at first she must be crazy and why? Her husband just cheated on her and it’s time to call the divorce attorney.
Well, I went home and thought about it and said to myself, “you know what? I am in the business of providing a black or white result. However, with all my knowledge and training I have to extend my clients empathy in another way aside from the truth.” Well, I had a fire the next morning and it led me to read and educate myself in the mind of the victim.
In my profession we help our clients but at the end of the service it possible to hear from them again if they have another problem or I am required to testify in their particular court case. However, I found a way to provide what I call a reference. “Reference” yes that is correct a reference in the matter of a good book that may offer the right advice on how to get over the traumatic experience. As a result, I created this page because I was tired of looking and wondering what would happen to my clients. I usually went on to my other cases or got a call 6 months later from the same client wanting me to follow their spouse again. What specifically I mean is that not everyone wants a divorce and they are not sure what to do. In the past 20 years I have developed a broad list of resources outside of attorneys for clients who need someone to talk too or just need some guidance on their next steps. Please give us a call and we will guide you to your emotional recovery.
What I recommend is that you sit down take a deep breath and then think first and act calmly. Remember, it’s not your fault and God speed in your journey.