17 Feb Staying Out of Court
When it came to my divorce, the last thing I wanted was to drag my family through a lengthy court battle. Fortunately, my wife felt the same way. After ten years of marriage, we had school-aged children to consider. When we made the decision to divorce, we agreed that we would do our best to go through mediation instead of traditional litigation. Money is hard to come by these days, and we saved an extraordinary amount by reaching out to Elisha Morris to help us through the dissolution of our marriage.
Ms. Morris arbitrated all of our family legal matters. She helped us decide on issues like custody and child support. She set up a fair visitation schedule, and I get to see my children every weekend. The structure she provided for us was incredible, and it is what our family still relies on to this day. My wife and I both liked her, and she did not take sides. She was fair and reasonable, and she always put our children first. This is an attorney who can help your family stay out of court if you want a divorce.