Final Judgment


#1

Congratulations Alljams. It is truly sad that you had to go thru 3 years of torture to only have it come out the way you wanted it in the first place. I know all too well how you feel. If my ex would just listen to me, talk civilly to me, and think clearly we could settle our stuff without the hassle of going to court too. Good luck to you in the future.


#2

CONGRATULATIONS!!! I am so happy for you! Finally a resolution, and a good one. Go and get some rest and have a great holiday season and a WONDERFUL NEW YEAR!!![:D][:D][:D][:D][:D][:D][8D][8D][:)][:)][:)][:)][:)]

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
RosenDivorce.com
919-787-6668

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#3

To Janet and Forum Members,

It’s been a while since I’ve written, and the reason is that so much has happened while at the same time, nothing seemed to be happening until today…

First, let me say that you have been so much help, not only with answering questions, but also with knowing that others out there are also in the same boat I have been in for the last 3 years…

After 3 lawyers, 3 years, more worry than I ever imagined, sleepless nights, and being put through the wringer by my ex in court, most of this is finally over…And you know what ? The weirdest part of it all is I got exactly what I wanted out of the divorce, half of what was left, the same thing I had been wanting to do since this started…My ex wouldn’t settle for anything, wanted it all, and the sad part is if she had taken the offer to split everything 50/50 as I wanted to in the beginning, we both would have come out of this better.

I have learned some valuable lessons out of this though…If you feel your attorney doesn’t understand what you want, tell them in plain english…Don’t allow your emotions to overthrow your better judgment,(I know that’s a hard one) and look toward the future, not the past…

There are good attorneys in NC, good judges, and the system works if you realize you have to lose sometimes in order to gain something more important- your future…

Thanks for everything you folks at Rosen do…