How to Avoid being Charged with a Crime During Divorce
Latrice Knighton is a member of the Sterling Law Offices partner team and an award-winning divorce attorney, life coach, and speaker. She helps clients resolve their problems by using legal techniques and smart tactics learned through decades of experience. She is able to help clients by offering the best practical advice.
The breakdown of a marriage is a painful experience.
Many people experience a whirlwind of emotions from hurt, shame, sadness, and even anger.
The key to making it through the divorce process is to have a clear understanding of the emotions you are feeling. You also need to understand that your spouse is going through their own emotional experience of divorce.
And sometimes no matter how much you try to hold back the tears or respond emotionally to your spouse, you feel like you can't.
That’s when you need to talk with someone – like a therapist or counselor – because your inability to control your words or actions can have a negative impact yon your family and your divorce case.
And sometimes when you know of a consequence, you typically don't take action that will get you in trouble with the law.
If you are experiencing bad behavior from your spouse or are worried you might have made a mistake, this episode is for you.
In this episode, you'll learn when your behavior can lead you to being arrested or when it will hurt your family law case as I interview Criminal Defense Attorney Dan Adams (www.defensewisconsin.com).
What’s more, these same tips are crucial to know anytime you are in a relationship where there is conflict with your significant other. Write them down now and save your future self untold amounts of time, money and heartache.
When it comes to ending a marriage or any long-term relationship — have you ever felt overwhelmed with emotion? What helped you feel better ad not react negatively?
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