What happens if your Monmouth County divorce case cannot be settled through conventional means?
"Why won't the other divorce attorney negotiate?"
That's what Barbara asked me.
"Steve," she said, "we've been trying to get them to respond to our settlement proposal that I asked you to draft 2 months ago and that you mailed to them 2 months ago. No response.
We've been trying to get them to attend a four way conference to begin a dialogue. No response.
You call and leave messages for his attorney to call you back. You do not get the courtesy of a return call.
Why can't you get the other attorney to negotiate?"
Barbara is a really nice lady.
She didn't deserve the treatment that her husband gave her.
She knew that he had affairs but she did not want the divorce.
Ultimately her husband left her for another woman.
When I'm representing the person who doesn't want the divorce or who doesn't care about it or just wants to be left alone, I don't get the phone calls like the one that I got from Barbara.
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