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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

  • Nick made every effort to work out my case at the lowest cost and time possible.

    “As an attorney who has interacted with attorneys on a daily basis for more than fifteen years, I was so impressed with the hard work and enormous amount of time Nick spent on my case! ”

    Angie

  • I know if Nick, and his staff, is on the case I am going to get top notch representation and results.

    “I would definitely recommend him to others and would feel safe to say that they, too, would have a great experience.”

    James

  • He was totally objective and allowed me to diverge from the "normal or customary" lawyerly path.

    “He well advised me of the consequences of my decisions. ”

    Steve

  • Mr. Rice was so helpful and his staff was superb!

    “Mr. Rice explained all possible outcomes and what I could expect at the hearing (this really helped my stress level).”

    Previous Client

  • I hope I never need a attorney, but if I do, I will only call Larry Rice.

    “He understood my difficult situation and was concerned about me as a person and not a pay check, and gave me wonderful advice.”

    Tony N.