One of the most interesting things about practicing divorce law is the difference between how a client views their case and how the Court thinks about the case. I spend hours and hours each week counseling my clients about the differences in what they see as critical to their case, and their cause, and what the judge assigned to their case believes is relevant and important. The two are not often related to each other. I suspect that many of my clients just don't believe me. They are absolutely convinced that the Court will decide in their favor if only they (meaning me) could tell the Court their side of the case. I've never really been able to 'prove' to my clients that the judges have a much more rational, analytical, and less empathetic view of the divorce process than they do. Until now. Justice Jerry Garguilo recently published an article in the Suffolk County Lawyer, in which he lays out in stunning realistic and practical terms his views on how to handle a matrimonial negotiation. This is a great piece, if for no other reason than it provides a clear view inside the mind of a divorce judge. For more information on New York divorce law, please visit my website at www.GabayLawFirm.com
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