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  • "This little note is to say thanks for all you have done for me. You worked so hard to prove that we told the truth. However it turns out, I know you did your best."
  • "Thank you and the Runyon team for everything that you all have done for my son. I truly appreciate it."
  • "Thank you Mrs. Browning for all of your help, and if you could pass my thanks on to Ray. Your team helped more than you know. If you ever need to reach me for anything further ill be here.Thank you again."
  • " I can’t put into words how grateful I am for all you have done for me. Thank you for listening and understanding what I was going through...”
  • " Thank you for taking care of everything for me in a professional manner. The staff is awesome also!”
  • " I wanted to thank you for your support. You are the best attorney in Clarksville. I could not have done it without you”
  • " Should I need legal service again you will be my only one to call. Thank you so much”
  • " Ray took time out of his busy schedule to fit us in at a time of crisis on several occasions”
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For divorced parents, doing what's best for a child requires compromise

Today in the U.S., the Department of Labor reports that roughly 57 percent of women age 16 and older work outside the home. With the U.S. divorce rate hovering around 50 percent, working is a necessity for most divorced moms. As the roles played by men and women in the U.S. continue to shift and evolve, many argue that so too must views and laws related to child custody.

Is it acceptable for a man to ask for alimony payments?

Every society has its faux pas, which determine what is considered acceptable behavior and what might be frowned upon by the majority of people. From table etiquette to the jobs deemed acceptable for men and women, societal faux pas can put considerable pressure on people, especially when societal norms have changed.

Helping divorcing individuals weigh their options and make informed decisions

For anyone who is contemplating or planning to file for divorce, the process can be scary and intimidating. Many people have likely heard horror stories about highly contentious divorce proceedings that drag out for years and end up costing those couples involved a lot of time, money and heartache.

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