I recently wrote a post for my other site, Seattle Wedding Lawyer about breach of contracts. While it is aimed at wedding vendors it is fitting for anyone in business. As a wedding vendor you are probably wondering what is going on with other vendors these days. You can’t help but see the reports of
Happy New Year! I can’t believe 2017 is gone, I also can’t believe that I haven’t written a post in so long. I have been quite busy over the past few months. But I am going to try really hard to keep consistent this year, you could call it a resolution of sorts. There is
I’ve done a lot of divorces from short term marriages lately; and by short term I mean between 1 year and 6 weeks. When I get that first call from the divorce seeker they typically start by saying “I need a divorce. I’ve been married for __________ years/months/weeks. Wait! Is that an annulment because it’s
I talk a lot about mediation and as a mediator I should. I think mediation is great. I wish more people would jump into mediation first instead of litigation. One of the great things about mediation in this DIY culture we have now is that it can be done without attorneys, you just need a
There was recently some news about a Seattle area teacher faking being assaulted. The reason behind it has finally come out. “Age old story of finances. I had a bunch of debt…Had a mountain of debt and was scrambling, rob Peter to pay Paul. And it was snowballing. Finally came clean with my wife on
Before you jump into business with them buy them dinner first….and breakfast, then lunch, and dinner again.
Generally speaking, most people like to date for a bit before jumping into bed with someone. You want to know a bit of their history, what they are like, if you are compatible. I get that is not everyone, no judgment, but you should at least buy them dinner first. The same rule applies to