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After The Storm

Published by: Scott Spooner • On: 09-15-2017 • Under: General
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Over the past days and weeks, much of the Southeast has experienced record-breaking hurricanes and tropical storms. Many people are faced with clean-up and recovery. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone.

At Spooner & Associates, we often see clients after a different type of storm. There may have been a terrible argument, a spouse leaving the home, a discovery of infidelity, lost time with your children, or any other of a host of personal disasters that face a family or relationship in distress. At the peak of the situation, it might seem that you have nobody to help. You are simply trying to weather the storm.

Afterwards, however, when things begin to calm, you need to assess the issues. Are you going to remain in your situation, waiting for the next incident? Is it possible to rebuild the relationship? Or, is it time to form a plan to try to ensure that you are not in the eye of the storm again? Do you reach out for help in solving your problems?

If you want to rebuild the relationship, we encourage you to seek help, especially for yourself. If, however, you realize that you need to move forward, we are here to help. Our attorneys can help you assess your situation, assist you through the difficult times ahead, and help you move towards a normal, and hopefully calmer, life. Contact us at 678-714-1131 to speak to one of our attorneys.

Scott Spooner Scott Spooner

Scott is an attorney and founder of Spooner & Associates, PC, a family law firm focused on efficiently solving clients’ legal problems. A graduate of Georgia State University College of Law, Scott has assisted clients in metro Atlanta and Northeast Georgia courts for over 15 years. He is also a registered mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution in the areas of domestic relations mediation, general mediation, and arbitration. In addition to representing many of his clients at divorce mediations, Scott has also served as a mediator to help other divorcing couples reach an amicable resolution.



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