Full Disclosure and Fairness: What Women Need to Know When Marriage Ends and Discovery Begins - My Advocate Center

Full Disclosure and Fairness: What Women Need to Know When Marriage Ends and Discovery Begins – My Advocate Center

It’s not often that you hear divorced parties, whether a man or a woman, say they got a fair shake in the legal process but for women who have been stay-at-home mothers and/or gave up careers to support a husband, fairness, or the lack thereof, can be frightening and even permanently scarring.

Education of women at earlier stages in life is the core solution to this problem so you’ll read more about programs and tools over the coming year to address these issues.

Help shape educational programs and tools by providing as much detail about your experience as you can manage or muster! It is absolutely NOT a fun task to think back about what went wrong, what you wish you’d known about your family finances, spending habits, retirement plans, etc., and it can be even more painful to think about how your case was handled (or mishandled) by lawyers and experts. So, I don’t ask this of you lightly. If you cannot spare the time, energy or emotion to do it now, please save this page and come back to it later?

Specific to the needs of women and improving outcomes, including preserving peace of mind and stability along the way, please consider and answer these questions. If you think of questions – to help women or men – and do not see them here, please make notes and reach out using the Contact form on this website. Thank you!

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Can My Experience with Child Custody Experts Help Others? - My Advocate Center

Can My Experience with Child Custody Experts Help Others? – My Advocate Center

Have you faced family conflict in Georgia that resulted in child custody litigation?

If you have, then the chance is pretty high you have something to say about your experience and may even want your experience to be useful in improving the process for others.

If you believe the process is overused and/or can be improved for the sake of increasing safety, peace of mind and availability of nurturing parents for children, your answers are especially important.

Regardless of where you are in the process, what the outcome has been, or even if it is not your experience but that of a family member or friend, your input is valuable in shaping the future of conflict resolution.

Please complete the form below and use the Contact Us form if you have any questions. Thank you!

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