Can I represent myself in a divorce?
Thanks for the A2A.
You can represent yourself in most districts in the United States. The real question is: Should you represent yourself? If you have been married a short time, have not accumulated any wealth, own no real estate, have no financial holdings whatsoever and do not have any children; then yes, you may be able to get away with not seeking legal counsel because you do not stand to lose much. If you have any of the financial assets mentioned or children, it would be in your best interest to seek legal counsel.
I think that you won't see being taken for granted for a long time. It is the type of behaviour that creeps into a relationship and it might even take someone else to notice it and point it out to you.I am talking from experience. I never saw it. I was married and as far as I was
Yes, there is no need to bulk to gain muscle. bulking is a advanced technique performed by bodybuilder to maximize their muscle gain. professional bodybuilders often have many years of training, well over 15 years. When you have trained for such a long time it is difficult to gain muscle due to the natural limits*. Lets
Emotionally, there is no time-length equation for grieving, healing and moving on. However, if it was a marriage, and there is property and children involved, then, there may be time-frames for settlement, custody, and divorce.The time it takes someone to move on will be directly related to their philosophy of life and relationships,