YOU have the right to have an attorney (with you or outside sessions).
YOU have the right to receive accurate financial disclosure (comprehensive or targeted).
YOU have the right to file a complaint for divorce or modification, and not be judged negatively for it (for financial protection, to incent disclosure, to begin “waiting” periods, to “stop the clock” on general term alimony and to preserve retroactivity).
YOU have the right to dignified, honest and fair treatment (from us and from your negotiating partner).
YOU have the right to leave (you are here voluntarily, always).
YOU have the right to our impartiality (we can’t say that we are unaffected by our interactions with you, but we work every day, in every session, to maintain our objectivity and balance).
YOU have the right to the best information that we give you and your negotiating partner (our knowledge and our judgment are two important things that you are buying from us).
YOU have the right to transparent billing (we will account for all of our activities in a timely way).
YOU have the right to privacy (in our locations, in our communications and with contractual confidentiality).
YOU have the right to our very best efforts (always – that’s why we are here).