As a result, there is a very good chance you'll find the answer to your question by visiting the topic section links below. You can now ask Brette your questions about the divorce process.
Whether you’re on a date, making new friends, connecting with family, or vetting co-workers, sometimes getting to know someone isn’t as easy you’d expect.
We’ve all been there: Racking your brain, trying to think of a conversation starter and all you can come up with is “How’s the weather? ” What’s even worse is being stuck on a date with nothing to talk about! I say, worry no more: The key to making conversation or getting anyone to open up is knowing the right questions to ask.
Designed to be more than a career day, the Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work program goes beyond the average “shadow” an adult.
Exposing girls and boys to what a parent or mentor in their lives does during the work day is important, but showing them the value of their education, helping them discover the power and possibilities associated with a balanced work and family life, and providing them an opportunity to share how they envision the future and begin steps toward their end goals in a hands-on and interactive environment is key to their achieving success.
Tip #3: Match the question you ask to the current situation you’re in.
For example, if you’re on a first date, don’t ask #21 What Makes You Cry?
He said I won't get half of what I am worth or able to get. It is unethical and unacceptable for an attorney to represent both the husband and wife in a divorce.
Get your own attorney and discuss your entire financial situation.
His business was started during our marriage and now is doing very well.
He said that if I get my own attorney and dig into his business, he will make it worse for me. Brette's Answer: You definitely need to get your own attorney.
Different questions to better understand our child and just start conversations.