The Answer Is Yes

Dear Client:

To ask or not to ask… that is the question. I am of the opinion that you should never hesitate to ask questions. Ask early and ask often, that is my motto.  Although, I can’t provide the answers to any of the questions that relate to the particulars of your case, I do know that the answer to the big questions you may find yourself asking in life and during litigation is always yes.   Here are a few examples:

Will I be able to handle what happens?

The answer is yes.

Do I have what it takes to meet the demands of this moment?

The answer is yes.

Will I find the strength I need?

The answer is yes.

Can I overcome the challenges I face?

The answer is yes.

Will I be able to meet the challenges of this day?

The answer is yes.

Will I be able to get the help I need?

The answer is yes.

Will I be able to move beyond any mistakes I make?

The answer is yes.

Will I be able to start over again if I need to ?

The answer is yes.

Will I able to transcend my circumstances?

The answer is yes.

Do I have the right to change my mind?

The answer is yes.

Can I rise again if I fall?

The answer is yes.

Can I choose a different path?

The answer is yes.

Can I try again?

The answer is yes.

Can I make peace with the past?

The answer is yes.

Can I decide differently?

The answer is yes.

Is it okay to cut the opposing party some slack?

The answer is yes.

Is it okay to cut myself some slack?

The answer is yes.

Will I get through whatever I am going through?

The answer is yes.

What should you do if you ask a question and the answer is not yes? Ask yourself a different question.
 

This is an excerpt from Letters to a New Divorce Client.  Download a copy below:
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