Protect your standard of living
Let’s face it, divorce isn’t easy. In fact, it’s one of the most emotionally challenging things you will ever have to go through. The relative safety and stability of your marriage has left you with feelings of abandonment, betrayal and suspicion. Where there was once a union of common purpose is now a game of backstabbing and selfishness as your former partner takes for themselves without regard for the quality of your life. Hasty decisions are being made by someone lost in a cloud of emotions that could easily turn into decades of struggling to make ends meet.
Divorce advice is in abundance from well intended friends and family members, but they don’t have to live with the consequence of their own advice.
Even though statistically more than half of the people you know are divorce survivors, the fact that most marriages end this way is of little consolation when faced with the reality of your own divorce. The truth is that divorce can actually make your monthly expenses go up while simultaneously lowering your standard of living. You need expert divorce advice before it’s too late.
You need an expert
Getting the right divorce advice can be a challenge all by itself. These days it seems that just about everyone you know has gone through a divorce and is more than willing to pass along the same divorce advice that was given to them. But the truth is, that was their divorce and this one is yours. Their situation was different and however well-intended, their divorce advice is nearly useless to you. So where do you go for the best divorce advice?
Well, you could search the internet looking at advertisements for divorce lawyers, but that doesn’t tell you much about their qualifications.
What if they just graduated law school? What if they were at the bottom of their class? What if they lose all their cases? The truth is, even an inexperienced lawyer can hire a webmaster to make them look like a divorce advice expert. You need someone who was at the top of their class. You need a lawyer with verifiable experience spanning decades, not just years. You need a friend on your side that has given divorce advice to thousands not just hundreds. You need an expert whose divorce advice has been so recognized that they’ve been asked to serve as a settlement Judge in family court.
Get Kathy On Your Side
For over 30 years, Kathy has given divorce advice to people just like you. As a force to be reckoned with on the California legal scene, Kathy’s skills were first honored in the late 1970’s when she was voted student body president of her law school. Since that time, she has received multiple awards, including, prestigious, distinguished service and outstanding achievement awards. Because of her exemplary record served as a Judge (pro tem) in the South Bay Courts and served as a family law settlement Judge resolving divorce cases for other divorce attorneys. You simply cannot get better divorce advice, a more formidable ally than Kathy Recordon.
Divorce Practice Highlights
Complete case evaluation.
Other attorneys use their initial consultation time as a platform to pitch their services to you. If you decide to retain counsel, Kathy will take the time to listen to your concerns and explain your rights and obligations.
Specialized Divorce Attorney.
With so many attorneys that will take any case that comes their way, it’s a relief to know that you are getting solid divorce advice from a dedicated expert.
With over 30 years of experience giving divorce advice, Kathy has the skills necessary to get the job done right the first time. Other attorneys charge you for their own inexperience with added time costs, mistakes and clerical errors. No matter how competitive the initial estimate is, the final cost is all that matters.
Kathy handles your divorce personally.
Many divorce attorneys amount to nothing more than a glorified signature as they pass all their casework to paralegals. Kathy will not pass your case off to a paralegal.
She understands the legal and emotional issues you face. She knows how to be aggressive and just where to strike when it is necessary, but she also knows when a non-confrontational approach is a better course of action.
Complete divorce advice.
Even though Kathy may feel strongly about one course of action or another, she will always make you aware of all options open to you.