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Divorce and Abuse – Covering Your Bases When Domestic Violence Is in Divorce Court

By Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

All too often domestic violence survivors use all of their financial resources to hire an attorney and then come to find they have nothing left to secure a professional advocate that remains on their side. And then they feel frustrated, desperate, hopeless and abused. Sound familiar?

You expect your attorney to represent your best interest and so it is understandable how you want to invest all you have in this relationship. But, what may not be apparent right out of the gate is that this person will need to be paid beyond the initial retainer.

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