Relationship Advice from a Divorce Attorney

Kathryn S. McDonough
Be prepared to work for your marriage so you don't end up working even harder to get through a divorce.

Be prepared to work for your marriage so you don't end up working even harder to get through a divorce.

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There’s a saying in legal circles: “Criminal law deals with bad people at their best, and family law deals with good people at their worst.” As you can imagine, divorce attorneys work with people who are in the midst of one of the most stressful and volatile periods of their lives. It’s our job to help our clients navigate these troubled waters and ensure they come out of the divorce with the best possible outcome.

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