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Great to see you haven't given up on us ladies yet, it's helping to renew my hope. I've been going through a rough divorce for the last year. I'm not sure how much more money I can put out for court cost's, when all I want is for this nightmare to be over.

Ed the California Divorce Attorney

Indeed, taking time off is very helpful not only to tired divorce attorneys, but to everyone else as well, I believe. It's also great that your interest in our profession has been renewed, especially as it needs good lawyers such as yourself.

As a divorce lawyer, you probably are aware about how many people don't know the difference between legal separation and a regular divorce. With that said, I hope you can find the time to read my article "California Divorce Separation" and let me know what you think of it.

I agree that vacations are highly-important, and I bookmarked this blog post on StumbleUpon, delicious, digg, reddit and Google bookmarks.

Ed the California Divorce Attorney

Oooops, I forgot to put the URL of my article. I think I need a vacation myself! Anyway, here it is: https://californiadivorceforms.org/california-divorce-separation/.

Tulsa Divorce

I don't think month long vacations will be the norm in the U.S. anytime soon -- as most people don't know how to use a savings account.

But it would be nice if everybody could take a nice, long hiatus from work :)

-Daniel

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If you want to learn more about this topic and other tactics for women in divorce consider reading Divorce-Money Matters, A Planning Guide For Women on Financial Matters Contemplating or in Divorce by L. Burke Files. It is a great resource with no nonsense.


https://www.amazon.com/Divorce-L-Burke-Files/dp/0982372310/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1293469380&sr=1-6

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I still consider it as a quest for every couple.

Virginia Alimony Lawyers

Develop written goals, both personal and professional, that matter to you: career, family, finance, personal and spiritual. List 3-5 priorities under each goal, and be prepared to follow through. Take time each week to review your goals. Get your practice in sync with what you really want, and say bye-bye to burnout.Law practice is brain work, you need time to foster your best creative thinking. If you've let things slip to the point where you don't have productive thinking time then you're robbing yourself.

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I can relate to this somehow, I have a friend who studied law and her husband is abroad. Every time they fight, she can't stop but being the one who starts the fight. Maybe it has something to do with the burnout with all that she studied during the BAR exams.

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I agree but divorce expert lawyers doesn't need to be out for long, because of the divorce rate here in our country. lot of couples do break up in so many reasons. and needs some legal advice

Eve99

That is so true, even lawyers need a break from this exhausting works brought about by divorce issues. Want to learn more about divorce lawyers? Visit this page

Jake

I could use a sabbatical! Glad it paid off for you.

David

Transitioning to a role as a divorce mediator rather than litigator would also help with overcoming burnout as divorce mediation is a more amicable process.

Divorce in Virginia

True enough, it's easy for us to get burned out. Divorce law can be a fairly thankless job sometimes. Glad to see you have found a way to remain involved in the field and maintain your quality of life at the same time. Cheers!

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