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When the word “divorce” first pops into your consciousness, it’s normal to feel like you are in a slow motion movie, where everything else around you stops and all of your perceptions become distorted. Even after “reality” returns, it’s hard to focus and to wrap your head around what’s happening. What’s worse is that, because everything around you seems surreal, and you are in completely unfamiliar territory, it’s difficult to figure out what is really going on. In that state, no matter who you are, or how smart you are, it is really easy to fall prey to bad divorce advice.
Steve Berzner family lawyer, considers divorce advice that purposely amplifies your fears, and/or leaves you feeling stupid, under-powered, or confused to be bad divorce tips. It doesn’t matter if you are male or female, young or old, educated or not. You have a right to understand what is happening to you and what your options are. Below are Stevens worst divorce tips offered by bad lawyers.
Steven Berzner is a lawyer in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He practices family law exclusively, and has done so for over 20 years. He is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified family law mediator. During that time, he has represented clients in high conflict divorces, domestic violence, child and spousal abuse, custody, child support and just about every other type of family law cases. What separates Steve from other attorneys in his field is his dedication to each and every client and their children, regardless of the fees they pay or type of case they bring to him. Steve also provides pro bono services to Women in Distress and No More Tears, organizations that provide assistance to victims of domestic violence and their children.
Steve is a very active member of the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar. To name just a few of his accomplishments, he is a member of the highly prestigious Executive Council, the chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee, and a member of the Children’s Issues Committee. Steve also volunteers as a mentor to recently admitted family law attorneys.
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