Emotions

If you are going through a divorce and you feel uncertain, insecure, or depressed, then you have a fairly normal problem. You may want some counseling for the problem.

If you are going through a divorce and you feel no uncertainty, insecurity, or depression, then you probably have a really big problem. You should get professional help immediately.

Divorce is an unpleasant time at best. You will be beset by a range of emotions including, denial, anger, guilt, depression, fear, resignation, ambivalence, and frustration. Remember this is normally only temporary. You probably will feel different next week. Instead of feeling angry next week you might feel fearful, next week indifferent, next week depressed, next week ambivalent, and so on until finally one week you are happy that it is all over.

Reviews from People Who Have Been There

  • Mr. Rice is my David to the Goliath of our divorce litigation. He is a man of courage, honor, and integrity.

    “Mr. Rice is an attorney of honor and integrity.”

    Joan

  • Nick Rice fought for me and my children which resulted in a better outcome than I had expected.

    “fter 13 months of dealing with the emotional, financial and overall stress that is attached to a divorce, Mr. Nick Rice was able to completely get all of the issues settled in less than 4 months with me coming out better than I had expected financially and”

    Jeff

  • He explained every little step and guided me through that difficult time, giving me solid, sensible advice all the while.

    “Mr. Rice was so kind and patient that soon my fears abated.”

    Mary

  • He clearly intimidates opposition.

    “Keen instincts, in innate understanding of the human psyche, and his ever adaptive strategies give him an extraordinary edge.”

    Elizabeth H.

  • Larry Rice and his able team took that low point of my life and transformed it into a turning point, for me and my children.

    “Larry and his entire staff were always attentive to my needs, always put my best interests first, and most of all, fought diligently for me.”

    Scott