The advice for the Thanksgiving season is for clients to thank those persons that helped them navigate the troubled waters of divorce. This thanks is for family members, friends, and/or anyone who helped them through the process. Those were the ones there for you when you needed them. Thanks.
Matthew Thompson is a Family Law Attorney in the Hospitality State and knows that a little gratitude can go a long way.
The prior posts really dealt with you avoiding bad behavior, or at least bragging about it publicly. But, your obligation to be smart should not stop there.
You should not let your friends post hate or trash either. Using a surrogate does not insulate you from the potential carnage. That well-meaning friend being critical of your ex, or their new squeeze, is a direct reflection of your inner thoughts, even if it’s not!
Ask that your well-meaning friend refrain. That they not post about how evil, vile and repulsive your ex is, about how ugly, inside and out, his/her new soul mate is. They can think it, you will probably even talk about it over Mexican and margaritas, but don’t post it on the Internet.
Matthew Thompson is a family law attorney in Mississippi and uses FaceBook and other social media sites a lot more than you probably realize.
We’re constantly told, reminded and scolded about what we cannot cheat on. But, there are some things you can cheat on, or things that even if you do the consequences are not so dire.
#1. Your Diet. Go ahead and cheat. “Tomorrow” is the most popular day to start a diet anyway, followed closely by “next Monday.”
#2. Video Games. While you do not want to teach your children to cheat, using the “god mode” code makes the game more better. Invincibility only exists in a video game world anyway.
#3. Taxes. This is not recommended, but chances are you are cheating and don’t even know it with the complexity of the Internal Revenue Code. Under reporting income or over reporting expenses or deductions is common and often unintentional.
These are just 3 of the things that cheating on likely will not lead to a long, miserable life, well #3 might, just ask Al Capone.
Matthew Thompson is a Family Law Attorney in Mississippi and advises you to cheat on your diet, not on your spouse or taxes!