February 18th, 2019 | Written by Diana N. Fredericks, Esq.
The system currently in place for families contemplating divorce is imperfect. It is not possible for a system based on very specific rules to uniquely or perfectly apply to each individual’s desired outcome. That defies logic and ignores the multiple personalities at play in each divorce matter (custody, support, removal, paternity, etc.). The judge, lawyers, clients, children, etc., each have their personal beliefs and experiences that color their opinions, biases, and perspectives. How then, can a litigant endure this perfect storm with dignity, respect, and the ability to move on and create a new life in the aftermath?