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Marriage And Mental Health: Until Depression Do Us Part

  There is no clinical data that directly links depression to divorce. There are, however, countless mental health professionals who will tell you that depression, left untreated, can have a disastrous effect on a marriage, which often leads to divorce.   The consequences of untreated depression can be far reaching. While depression itself isn’t usually […]

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Saving The Unsavable Marriage? Can It Be Done?

  Relationships, like untested dinner recipes, vacations abroad, and Noir Films, don’t always work out the way we expected them to. Sometimes people reach a point where they no longer view their spouse in a loving way. Sometimes they decide that the relationship is beyond any hope of salvation and, in the interest of self-preservation, […]

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Brandy impressed me right away with her factual approach to my child custody case. She definitely knows the field well and never sugar coated things for me. I did feel lost many times, since this was all new to me, but looking back I kind of want to kick myself and remind me to trust Brandy. I felt uninformed a few times throughout the process, which was hard for me, but in spite of those moments, I did get great positive results in my case. She proved without a doubt in the end that she knows the system and she's an attorney to be reckoned with. Opposing counsel was actually shaking. My advice to potential clients is to definitely use Brandy for your child custody case, and to trust that she is giving you the best advice for your situation, and providing you the most quality representation you can buy. She is also a very busy professional, but she was always willing to sit down with me and answer my questions if I asked to. If I need further alterations to my custody agreement in the future, I certainly hope that Brandy will represent me again.

Bonnie on Avvo, 2015