What Can You Suggest To Your Clients To Help Them Through The Divorce Process?

Counselors and therapists can help to lessen the trauma that this divorce process may have on you as it goes along.

By Alison C. Leslie, Esq
June 05, 2007

I frequently suggest to my clients that they have a support network around them. Divorce is extremely traumatic. You need someone else to turn to. While an attorney is a professional from whom you need to seek help, they can only give legal advice. I frequently suggest to my clients that they speak with a counselor, or a social worker, as well as an accountant, so that they will understand all their financial needs, helping them reach their financial goals at the end of the divorce. Getting divorced is really a team effort, and our clients are the center—or the captain--of our team.

Alison C. Leslie, Esq. practices family law exclusively in her Morristown, NJ offices, where she offers her clients the individualized attention of a solo practitioner with the experience of a larger firm.

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June 05, 2007
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