November 2021 / 13 posts found

Litigation Trends Post Pandemic

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New Report Shows Increase in Litigation Spending in the U.S. According to a new report, litigation spending in the United States continues to increase and is expected to “outpace new cases.” The newly released BTI Consulting Group’s 12 Litigation Outlook 2022, discussed in Law360 Pulse, shows that both companies and law firms are spending more on outside counsel while clients are spending more on litigation. Trends indicate that more money will be spent on litigation and individual matters along with law firms increasing partnerships to handle the increased volume. The pandemic resulted in a backlog which many firms are currently […]

My Husband Left Me For Another Woman. Guess What? He’s Not Blissful

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Several years ago, one of my best girlfriends called me. Through tears, she said, “My husband left me for another woman.” It was horrible. I could not have felt worse for her. She had been happily married (or so she thought) for over two decades, and was unearthed her husband asking fora divorce, and then marrying the woman he was cheating with, just days after their divorce was final. It was a tough road for my friend. I watched her go from rock bottom at day one, trying to absorb the shock, through all the phases. They included tears, depression, […]

How To Survive Divorce: 15 Tips To Getting Through It

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From a recently separated reader:  I’m going through a divorce after 21 years of marriage and want to know how to survive divorce. Will I survive? I felt strong until we sold our house and I actually moved out. I’m sick, sad, and very depressed. I don’t know who I am without him and I don’t know how to be single and independent. How will I survive?     Messages I receive like this one from people going through a divorce and wanting to know how to survive divorce are perhaps the most heartbreaking for me. I can only imagine this […]