Daytona Divorce Attorney
Ginnie Marconi

Pompano Beach, FL

#1 Jul 30, 2013
I would like to personally thank a Daytona Divorce Attorney "Leonard R. Ross. Trying to find a Daytona Divorce Attorney was like looking for a needle in a haystack.

One thing to consider is that an attorney should be BOARD CERTIFIED.
this means they have taken more tests and gone longer to achieve this.

Leonard R. Ross helped me get custody of my child, when there was my crazy ex. Leonard R. Ross can handle the case.
He has been on CNN and other news http://www.prlog.org/12167637-daytona-divorce...

If you want a board certified attorney then go for Leonard R Ross here: http://www.fldivorcesite.com/
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#2 Aug 9, 2013
The whole problem with divorce is that it's based on a legal process. It's just wrong to make emotional stability & financial security a legal matter. Tax dollars are wasted in the court system. A difficult economy can cause a serious problem for someone who is trying to hard to pay child support & if they don't they can be arrested. Where is the security in making marriage a legal matter? Children become branded illegitimate which isn't fair unless its legal. Religious belief would mean someone's personal feelings are based on what they are being told!~ That doesn't work. Marriage used to be a legal document that would be a way for the government to control a population explosion. None of these ideas solve a problem they cause a problem. When two people,[regardless of orientation ] make it work that's all they need. If it's a financial problem then government should keep their side of the bargain by making it financially easier for couples to work. It's up to government to find the idea, and not interfere with personal feelings.
Lars

Pompano Beach, FL

#3 Aug 14, 2013
Ginnie Marconi wrote:
I would like to personally thank a Daytona Divorce Attorney "Leonard R. Ross. Trying to find a Daytona Divorce Attorney was like looking for a needle in a haystack.
One thing to consider is that an attorney should be BOARD CERTIFIED.
this means they have taken more tests and gone longer to achieve this.
Leonard R. Ross helped me get custody of my child, when there was my crazy ex. Leonard R. Ross can handle the case.
He has been on CNN and other news http://www.prlog.org/12167637-daytona-divorce...
If you want a board certified attorney then go for Leonard R Ross here: http://www.fldivorcesite.com/
Leonard R. Ross is a straight shooter, and literally crushed the competition to get my child away form my looney tunes ex. He protected my child when opposing attorneys tried to hide these facts.
If you have a child RETAIN LEN
Lars

Pompano Beach, FL

#4 Aug 14, 2013
Leonard R. Ross is a straight shooter, and literally crushed the competition to get my child away form my looney tunes ex. He protected my child when opposing attorneys tried to hide these facts.

If you have a child RETAIN LEN
Lars

Pompano Beach, FL

#5 Oct 14, 2013
Hey its Lars again, just wanted to also inform you my Daytona divorce attorney Leonard R Ross is not only board certified but has the experience to get the job done.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#6 Oct 14, 2013
Lars wrote:
Hey its Lars again, just wanted to also inform you my Daytona divorce attorney Leonard R Ross is not only board certified but has the experience to get the job done.
You need all the strength you can get. That's the point. When the legal system has to determine the welfare of a child between two people that are not getting along, it becomes motivated by more hatred or it seems that way. Being careful is the best step of not letting anything stand in the way of the child's welfare. Making it about them not about an ex-wife. Airing dirty laundry in a public forum,[as a reminder to anyone] shows where that welfare is. You chose not to air your dirty laundry but rather to make a point. With advise, because children become a legal matter, and that's lawyer greed, putting a price on a human being. But we can't change that. It's been accepted by society! It addresses both sides of an issue. No real justice for anyone. Unfortunately.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#7 Oct 14, 2013
It just seems that psychology sessions would cut thru a lot of the emotional baggage that nobody wants. Because a third party is needed. Appointed by the state without lawyers. Finances seem to be more a legal issue.
Lars aka Darrin

Pompano Beach, FL

#8 Mar 6, 2014
Joe wrote:
<quoted text> You need all the strength you can get. That's the point. When the legal system has to determine the welfare of a child between two people that are not getting along, it becomes motivated by more hatred or it seems that way. Being careful is the best step of not letting anything stand in the way of the child's welfare. Making it about them not about an ex-wife. Airing dirty laundry in a public forum,[as a reminder to anyone] shows where that welfare is. You chose not to air your dirty laundry but rather to make a point. With advise, because children become a legal matter, and that's lawyer greed, putting a price on a human being. But we can't change that. It's been accepted by society! It addresses both sides of an issue. No real justice for anyone. Unfortunately.
Totally agree, my ex wife was unfit and it took forever to prove it.

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