18 Jan Hello and Happy Thursday! Divorce, Business Law, and Domestic Violence
Hello and Happy Thursday! I’m happy to bring to you share this blog post with you that went out to my followers in a newsletter. In this blog post I’m discussing three subjects. If you have your own opinions to share, I’d be happy to hear them and they might be included in the next newsletter and blog post! Also, feel free to share this newsletter with anyone you think might be interested!
Ever had a loving relationship that ended just before or right after Christmas! There’s just something about these occasions that makes people think about who they love and really want in their lives. How sad to be broken up with around Christmas time and to then spend Christmas alone and your high hopes for spending your Christmas vacation with your beloved are down the drain!
Or maybe you have to choose between your spouse and your lover? (I’m not judging! I don’t judge my clients! It’s not any part of my job!) If that’s the case then you might feel that it’s a special time to get closer to your lover. You likely are starting wonderful memories with your lover. Maybe it’s time to present your spouse with the truth.
Attorneys will tell you: After Christmas is when we generally see an increase in people wanting to file a divorce. So, perhaps it’s due to what Christmas means to us that motivates us to make a change in our relationships. If you’re ready to file for a divorce or your spouse already filed and you need representation don’t hesitate to give me a call so we can talk through it!
Have you ever fantasized about making your business so successful that it runs like a well-oiled machine, makes you plenty of money, and you grow year after year? That requires you to go all in at some point. You have to be serious about your business and it can’t be treated like a hobby. After all, what you spend energy on grows, right?
So, in the first year there are some key things to think about, and there’s one in particular: who are the people closest to your business? A partner, co-owner, employees, independent contractor, or customers? Maybe all of the above. The reason this matters is because these are the people that can harm your business. You can mitigate the risk and sometimes prevent it by putting safeguards in place. That’s where the law comes in. For example, did you know that if your co-owners sue you for a breach of fiduciary duty you could lose so much? Even the business itself. If you want to know more about this, get in touch!
Anyone who has been in a relationship with control, manipulation, berating, and assault knows how difficult it can be to get through each day, let alone each week. I think that what is essential for you is to speak to professionals who can help you. If you are ready to get away then hopefully, with a trusted friend, you can get help in the form of resources and a restraining order. I am an attorney who can help with that. Call me. I want to help.
But if you want to handle your domestic violence case yourself and have doubts, it helps to have someone to speak to who will give you honest answers. I can answer your questions, and check my video to see if I answered some of those questions. If not, go ahead, and send me a message or give me a call.
Peace and Love,
Pawnee A. Davis