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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Ted Talks is an abundant resource for advocates of the collaborative dispute resolution process. Set the app so that it offers you Talks that will be of particular interest to you.

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Wedding

Cindy Gibbon and Chris Kissinger were married in Long Boat Key, an hour away from my center of practice. They had both been Appraisal of Real Estate graduate students of my husband.

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Divorce

Last Five Tips For Dealing With Pro Se Adversaries

In the introduction to this series of tips, I offered you two central bits of advice: 1) be nice; and 2) never communicate with your pro se opponent orally. Keep them in mind as you review the following suggestions.

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Serendipity

One Day, Two Serendipities

Every time I turn around, the networking is working; I suppose that’s why it’s call networking. One morning, I attended a final divorce hearing for a gentleman who was referred to me by the mediator.

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Divorce

Next Five Tips For Dealing With Pro Se Adversaries

In the introduction to this series of tips, I offered you two central bits of advice: 1) be nice; and 2) never communicate with your pro se opponent orally. Keep them in mind as you review the following suggestions.

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Divorce

Bob Blackman’s Reputation

Corienne came to retain me when she’d been knee-deep in her courtroom divorce for a couple of years and finally got fed up with her fancy, high-priced lawyer, who didn’t seem capable of ever getting it finished.

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Divorce

First Five Tips For Dealing With Pro Se Adversaries

In the introduction to this blog series, I offered you two overarching recommendations: 1) be nice; and 2) never communicate with your pro se adversary orally. Keep them in mind as you review the rest of my advice.

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Divorce

Destiny and Max Duff

I rarely see Max Duff anymore. We used to see each other once a week, for breakfast with our referral networking group of Profit Pros. But I left the group three years ago and he left it shortly after, so we rarely see each other.

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Divorce

Tips For Dealing With Pro Se Adversaries

At some point in your career, a family law attorney must deal with an opponent who represents himself. (65% of family court litigants are what we call pro se.)

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