Alot of us remember Marilyn Monroe, a Hollywood icon and the subject of all kinds of speculation about her life, both personal and as an actress. She is still one of the most famous people ever to grace Hollywood, and her likeness is readily recognized around the world. What most people don’t know is that for all the wealth she amassed, none of it went to her family, her favorite charity, or those she loved.
[image_frame style="framed" align="left" alt="Mrs. SuAnne Bryant" height="196" width="128"]/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/SHB-HEAD-SHOT.jpg[/image_frame] I just completed day two of collaborative law training. I am both exhausted and energized. I am excited about having a new way to provide value to my clients and to be part of a team effort in doing so. How many people who have...Read more
[image_frame style="framed" align="left" alt="Mrs. SuAnne Bryant" height="196" width="128"]/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/SHB-HEAD-SHOT.jpg[/image_frame]Getting a divorce without ever going to court may seem too good to be true, but as I am learning in my collaborative law training, not only is it true, it is simply the only sane way to handle what often seems like an insane situation. I...Read more
How many of us have heard the words "I bought a house," only to discover later on that the "deal fell through." In reality what happened was that a contract was signed for the purchase of a home but some contingency in the agreement could not be satisfied so ownership never transferred from the seller to the buyer. In a case like this misunderstanding is often the result.