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Entries by Henry Gornbein (2)

9 WAYS TO SURVIVE DIVORCE FINANCIALLY IN 2009

By  Henry S. Gornbein

9.   Find out as much about your financials as possible before you file a divorce, so that there will be no surprises.

8.   Try to find out as much as possible about your job security and if you aren’t employed, see what your options are for employment.

7.   Carefully consider all options, especially whether or not the marriage can be saved.

6.   Think about your house. Does it have a negative equity? Can you afford the payments? Do you want to stay in the house, or leave?

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Posted on Friday, May 29, 2009 at 11:37AM by Registered CommenterHenry Gornbein | Comments Off

Nine Ways to Deal with the System in Tough Times

by Henry S. Gornbein

9. Once your divorce is filed, find out as much as you can about the judge.

8. Stay out of court as much as possible because court appearances are costly, not only financially, but also from an emotional standpoint. Judges will not know you or your case unless you are in a situation where you are in court every week on motions or hearings, and often the judge will be getting a very negative impression of you.

7. Make sure that you and your attorney are well prepared before you go to court. Floundering around in court can create a bad impression, and is also costly.

6. Through your attorney, see if your judge is one who will cut court appearances to minimize expense. This can be done by, in some instances, having original pre-trials and some court appearances done by phone if the judge and the other attorney will agree.

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Posted on Thursday, April 2, 2009 at 02:35PM by Registered CommenterHenry Gornbein in | CommentsPost a Comment