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Facing a Divorce, What should I do ?


by Ed Yourdon

Question by John Doe: Facing a Divorce, What should I do ?
I met my wife in Feb. 2006, She had just relocated to Tennessee after Hurricane Katrina. Our relationship was pretty good for about 6-8 months, Shortly after we moved in together things started to head south. She would get mad for little things and has always been physically abusive. We ended up getting married Aug. 2007 and our relationship was steady, not great but not horrible.

I don’t believe she ever ‘got’ the idea of marriage and how it’s supposed to be, She’s 31 and I’m 27 currently and she’s already been married and divorced once before. She likes to claim that I’m ‘controlling’ because when she walks out the door to go somewhere I ask “where are you going and when do you plan on being home”, She decided to out with her single friends to a night club one night which I was cool with but when I asked her when she’d be home she thought she was being controlled and stayed out until 4am, didn’t call, I didn’t know where she was or what she was doing.

There’s been constant fighting for atleast two years, I’ve only ever smacked her once which I’m not proud of but I was constantly bloody, bruised, or hurting after she would go on one of her tirades.. There have been plenty of times where she’d tell me to leave and I’d go (no short trip as we were living in Louisiana and I was having to go to Tennessee.) One time while in Tennessee we agreed to makeup and that she would come home.. After she got back I found nude photos that she was sending other guys on her cell phone dated the day after we made up. A month later after a fight I found out she had went and stayed with the same guy the photos were sent to in a hotel..

We moved on from that, then both lost our jobs and have to stay in a homeless shelter for months..

We still constantly fight, There has been no love made for atleast 5 months and even then I’d say I could count the times this year on one hand. We don’t talk to one another, When she doesn’t want to talk she gets mad and screams, She’s always huffing and puffing around the house, She recently as of a week ago punched me in the face and gave me a bloody lip (she claims was an accident.) I really don’t think I can handle this relationship anymore. I’ve tried to do everything I could for her, bought her 3 cars, provided everything she and her son needed. I’ve known them for 5 years now and in that time his real dad has called twice and sent him a set of clothes once. I’ve done everything I could and nothing is good enough. I love her son and it’ll break my heart to walk away from him too but life’s too short to be miserable, I contacted a divorce lawyer but I don’t know if I can go through with it. I do love her but It’s just not a good relationship. I will give her credit, She has always worked and provided money to the family until the economy got bad but then so did I..

We’ve tried counseling but it hasn’t worked. The counselor will tell us something and it’ll work for 2-3 days and then go back to the same thing..

What should I do ?

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Answer by a chick
She was abusive to you before you even got married; why on earth did you tie the knot? At any rate, she’s not going to get better.

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Immigration Lawyer Murrieta – When You Should Start Your Immigration Case.wmv

http:..www.immattorneymlg.com Immigration law can be very confusing. In this video, John Mansfield from the Mansfield Law Group, explains when you should start your immigration case dealing in an immigration law in Temecula, Murrieta, Hemet, and other areas in Southern California. Immigration law is a specialty and should only be practiced by someone with experience and results in immigration law.

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Divorce Talk Radio – Should You Still Worry About Alienation of Affection?

Divorce Talk Radio – Should You Still Worry About Alienation of Affection?












Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) October 4, 2009

Divorce Talk Radio, a production of North Carolina family law firm, Rosen Law Firm, discusses North Carolina’s newly passed alienation of affection laws in, “Should You Still Worry About Alienation of Affection?”. Every week, Divorce Talk Radio features current topics in family law and answers listener questions regarding family law issues in North Carolina.

In “Should You Still Worry About Alienation of Affection?”, Raleigh Divorce Lawyer Lee Rosen, host and CEO of Rosen Law Firm, answers listener questions regarding separation, equitable distribution and divorce from bed and board and what impact the new North Carolina laws for alienation of affections and criminal conversation will have on individuals in relationships with married men and women.

“Most people don’t realize that sex with someone outside of the marriage is considered a crime in North Carolina,” says attorney Lee Rosen. Claims for alienation of affections used to include behavior at any point during the marriage – even after separation. As of October 1, 2009, claims of alienation of affection and criminal conversation can no longer be filed for conduct that started after the date of separation.

Divorce Talk Radio is a free, professional resource available to everyone in the state of North Carolina. Hosted live every Wednesday at 11 a.m. Eastern time, Divorce talk Radio offers listeners the chance to call in and ask questions about any aspect of family law. Attorneys from Rosen Law Firm address listener questions using their professional knowledge and experience.

Divorce Talk Radio covers a range of topics that may arise in a family law dispute. Recent episodes include; “The Top 6 Things Not to do During Your Divorce”, “Confronting your Wife’s Boyfriend”, “Who Gets the Kids?” and “Should I Stay or Should I Go?”

Listeners tuning in are able to access the show through an embedded video stream that appears on the homepage fifteen minutes before the show’s start time. Past episodes of Divorce Talk Radio, with a Durham, Charlotte, or Cary divorce lawyer as a panelist are archived on the Web site.

For More information on Rosen Law Firm and Divorce Talk Radio, or for an interview, please contact Ned Daze at Rosen Law Firm, or visit the Raleigh divorce lawyer homepage.

About Divorce Talk Radio

Divorce Talk Radio gives listeners an opportunity to ask questions and make comments about family law in North Carolina. To have your questions answered on the show, please call 919-256-1552 or ask your question in the live chat room below the video window.

About Rosen Law Firm

With offices in Raleigh, Charlotte and Chapel Hill, Rosen Law Firm is one of the largest divorce firms on the East Coast. Founded in 1990, the firm is dedicated to providing individual growth and support to couples seeking divorce by helping them move forward with their lives. Our staff of attorneys, financial professionals and specially trained divorce coaches expertly addresses the complex issues of ending a marriage. Our innovative approach acknowledges that divorce is so much more than just a legal matter. Practice areas include child custody, alimony, property distribution, separation agreements and domestic violence relief.

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Q&A: HELP!! Should I include the following “SENTENCE” in the following paragraph…?

Question by marky_funky: HELP!! Should I include the following “SENTENCE” in the following paragraph…?
Hi. I am writing a law personal statement. Here is my paragraph. I am deciding on whether to keep the sentence which is in capital letters? Advice please!

“I have many accomplishments, one of which includes helping Central Senior School win the chess championship in the Victoria County Chess League. Chess has taught me to choose the best move when competing under pressure. Throughout the chess tournament, I learned to formulate effective strategies for a successful match; the development of such techniques is also essential in resolving conflicting legal situations. A lawyer needs to have the same mindset as a chess player. “THE LAWYER AND THE CHESS PLAYER BOTH REQUIRE A SIMILAR APPROACH TO THEIR RESPECTIVE PURSUITS.” The experienced chess player is able to think two to three moves ahead in order to gain the advantage in a match. Likewise, the competent lawyer is capable of planning a number of strategies in advance for the successful management of legal cases.

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Answer by suzilaur
I don’t think you need to keep it in. You basically already outlined your point in the previous sentence, so the sentence in question is just repeating a point already made, and then you give examples after that which outline why they have to have the same mindset. One thing you learn in law is to be concise and not to include unneeded information. Hope this helps!

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Q&A: WHY should DIVORCE lawyers promote and PROFIT from DESTROYING families.?

Question by Hank S: WHY should DIVORCE lawyers promote and PROFIT from DESTROYING families.?
In Canada, too many DIVORCE LAWYERS encourage their “clients” to lie and use other NEFARIOUS DESTRUCTIVE tactics.

How can society get rid of the former ambulance chasers, OUT of family affairs, and CHARGE those CORRUPT LAWYERS as the CRIMINALS they truly are…..
thank you
Hank
Montreal Canada

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Answer by Joan S
Divorce lawyers don’t make people seek their services.

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Should I include the following “SENTENCE” in the following paragraph…?

Question by marky_funky: Should I include the following “SENTENCE” in the following paragraph…?
Hi. I am writing a law personal statement. Here is my paragraph. I am deciding on whether to keep the sentence which is in capital letters? Advice please!

“I have many accomplishments, one of which includes helping Central Senior School win the chess championship in the Victoria County Chess League. Chess has taught me to choose the best move when competing under pressure. Throughout the chess tournament, I learned to formulate effective strategies for a successful match; the development of such techniques is also essential in resolving conflicting legal situations. A lawyer needs to have the same mindset as a chess player. “THE LAWYER AND THE CHESS PLAYER BOTH REQUIRE A SIMILAR APPROACH TO THEIR RESPECTIVE PURSUITS.” The experienced chess player is able to think two to three moves ahead in order to gain the advantage in a match. Likewise, the competent lawyer is capable of planning a number of strategies in advance for the successful management of legal cases.

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Answer by Jessica
yes but i think perhaps it would sound a lot better at the end of the paragraph as some what as a concluding sentence

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Should I include the word “MANAGEMENT” or “HANDLING” in the following sentence…?

Question by marky_funky: Should I include the word “MANAGEMENT” or “HANDLING” in the following sentence…?
Hi. I am writing a law personal statement. I am deciding on whether to use the word “management” or “handling” in the last sentence? Advice please!

“I have many accomplishments, one of which includes helping Central Senior School win the chess championship in the Victoria County Chess League. Chess has taught me to choose the best move when competing under pressure. Throughout the chess tournament, I learned to formulate effective strategies for a successful match; the development of such techniques is also essential in resolving conflicting legal situations. A lawyer needs to have the same mindset as a chess player. The experienced chess player is able to think two to three moves ahead in order to gain the advantage in a match. Likewise, the competent lawyer is capable of planning a number of strategies in advance for the successful “MANAGEMENT or HANDLING” of legal cases.

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Answer by Jo
Management. It implies more juggling of information and foreward thinking. Handling is a more personal smaller-seeming word. You handle a bratty child. You manage law strategy.

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