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Old 06-21-2013, 03:22 PM
 
Location: the 50s and the 60s
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I have been in process of divorce since oct 2011 my husband and i have been apart for 2 years july 3,2011 was when he did not come home. He ran off with a married women and we are divorcing i have been married to him for 28 years no kids.
I want my home he abandon and spousal support i counted on his income to live by, he has cause me emtional stress. He has been found guilty of cruelty adultry.
I have brought in his married lover to court too 3rd party intervenor.
What other options do i have to proceed in this divorce we have mediation nect i told my attorney i do not want to mediate he stole from the house and his married lover harassed me .
His sister showed up to our divorce to cause me more problems, making it difficult even more.
I called my attorney to tell him that i am not gettig help i need money to insure the home no response i am on my 3rd divorce attorney i have paid in almost 2 years close to 10,000 i am disabled and was forced to work because my husband ran off abandon the home our marriage.
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I need a shark attorney
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good title on your posting Ms Maryann

good luck with your dilemma

should be no shortage
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Old 06-21-2013, 08:25 PM
 
Location: San Antonio
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Turn the speakers off on your computer before going to that website, unless you like a little piano music to announce every time you click on something!

And why is this picture on the 'about me' page?



Is that Melissa?!?
I can second the motion for Melissa. My son used her recently going through a divorce, and she was excellent, making a painful experience tolerable. She listened and was available when he wanted to see her. She took the time to make sure he understood any documents, and they were numerous, before he aggreed to anything. I went with him for every appointment and court date to make sure all concerns were addressed, after all, I'm a Mom. I hope this helps.
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Old 06-22-2013, 05:08 AM
 
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Used Mark Braswell. So happy with him. Not only is he a classy guy, but he understands law. He expects you to be in your game. He will give you homework, and expect it to be done. He's a people person, one who could use his words and charm to get exactly what he wants. In court, he was not aggressive at first, almost like a wait and see approach. I saw many different versions of him in court, and with all the work we put in, I won. We won. He is now my lawyer. I can call or text him. His office is manned by one paralegal, and he has one law clerk whose knowledge is limitless. Their office is not too busy to take time to talk to you when you need them. But know that when his nerves are shot, he can get loud if you aren't taking and following his advice. He is simply amazing. He charged me $200 hr and a $2500 retainer. He is a military guy, serving in the reserves for the US Army, so he is out of the office from time to time, but that means he is practicing law in civilian world and military world. Not many lawyers can say that. He has been amazing.
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Old 06-22-2013, 11:16 AM
 
Location: Here
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Better call Wayne Wright.

(sorry, couldn't resist)
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