My name is Danielle Diaz. One of the things I've learned in life, both inside and outside the courtroom, is that it is important to not see others as your enemy. Even though you may see the prosecutor as your enemy, he or she is just trying to do a job. It may be possible that you can get a prosecutor or the judge to be sympathetic and get him or her on your side. In order to accomplish this, you need to understand the law. I feel that most individuals do not understand the law, which is why I was motivated to create this blog.
12 January 2017
The custody battle isn't just for the courtroom; out-of-court events have a great impact on the judge's final decision. For example, your dating life can easily ruin your custody battle if you aren't careful. Here are three ways in which this can happen: You Put Your Date's Needs Ahead of the Kid's Needs In this world of limited resources, the court doesn't want to see that funds that can be used to improve a child's welfare are diverted to a significant other.
9 January 2017
Divorce is hard on humans, and it can be extremely confusing for pets. People come and go, homes change, and there's really no way to tell the pet what is going to happen in the future -- you have to hope the pets adjusts. It doesn't help that for the most part, pets are still considered property; legally they have the same rights as your dishes or furniture, leading to often unsatisfactory rulings in court.