She says' it is a crap shoot ' depends on the mood the judge is in at the time of trial. The judge could decide that I get nothing.
. He has 500,000 in his 401K I will get 32% because he had it 10 yrs before we married.
The girlfriend has been living in my house for 2 years. Does not work so she pays no bills and is now driving a brand new car. I AM LIVING IN A RUN DOWN RENTAL AND MY CAR IS 8 YRS OLD. yES I am still bitter
This attorney has cost me $12,000 already (I borrowed from friends and family) Also I just found out the opposing attorney sends all of her mediation clients to my attorney. Is this not a conflict of interest.
My lawyer does not want to tick her off because she sends her a lot of business. I don't feel that my attorney has MY best interest at heart but I can not afford another attorney. It seems hopeless
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