"Our decisions today should be looked at in the context of how they affect our lives in the distant future. Short term decisions are often motivated by expensive emotions such as spite and discontent. Such processes in making decisions are the most expensive in the long term, not only to us but to our children and loved ones as well". - Paul D. Polacek
Family law includes an expansive relm of situations as the law is applied to relationships between siblings, parents, spouses and children; often the legal relationships between us and our families extends into other areas of law such as estate planning and elder law. Decisions in the context of one area of Family Law often have consequences and impilcations in others, such as tax and financial consequences.
DIVORCE: The most predictible position of the court is to place the interests and well-being of our children before the litigants in a divorce. This often comes at an expense and inconvenience to parents. Being mindful of what motivates Judges will assist us in out
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