That people that are breadwinners and providers in the family and their accomplishments, hard work and well-established careers should not be taken advantage of during and after their marriage.
That the best way to approach a family law matter is through strategic, creative and intelligent solutions.
That taking an aggressive path towards problem resolution is always very costly, and is rarely the best choice towards an optimum solution.
That family law should be practiced ethically, tastefully and compassionately, even when an opposing counsel and party stoops to unprofessional and low-grade tactics.
That divorce, custody and child support matters should not be an instrument for punishment, vengeance or games. We will not play along.
That divorces should be handled with care and precision, where a good divorce attorney is playing the role of a good heart surgeon; planning and mapping the end result, operating in a quick, strategic, efficient and skillful manner, and getting out with the least amount of damage as possible.
That divorce can be a fertile ground for personal growth and new beginnings, to triumph out of tragedy.
That people should strive to be the best versions of themselves and look to use their God-given gifts and talents to bring forth a positive change into their environments.
Internal family strife and issues are akin to the ups and downs of the cycle of life. Seeing a chance for evolution in every situation, looking to extract a positive lesson out of the most difficult and stressful events, can be a blessing and a path to growth.– Holly J. Moore