Internet Comments Offer Two Sides to Every Story

By The Law Offices of Paul A. Boronow, PC on February 9, 2015

Divorce is one of the most contentious life events two people can navigate. Unlike most civil or criminal cases, in a divorce, two individuals must confront some of the toughest personal issues that exist between them – whether those are how to separate their cherished possessions or are deeper emotional concerns.

New York divorce law strives to separate marital property equitably and provide support in the best interests of a couple’s children. But the law cannot settle personal emotional concerns, and in a legal case involving divorce, not every party can get what they want. Sometimes, one former spouse walks away feeling as if he or she has lost, and that their loss is deeply unfair.

Although the Internet offers powerful access to information, it also makes it possible for anyone to gain a platform – even if they are still infuriated by a recent courtroom result. Sometimes, a person may choose to deal with their emotions by leaving negative, unfair, or even untrue comments about their former spouse or the law firm who represented them.

Experienced Long Island divorce attorneys strive to find less-contentious ways to navigate divorce questions. In some situations, however, contention is inevitable. When an attorney succeeds in representing a client’s needs vigorously – which is an attorney’s primary goal and responsibility – the client’s former spouse may churn out hurtful or angry Internet comments about the law firm.

Not every comment left about a law firm is true. When you encounter negative comments, trust your own judgment. Contact the law firm to discuss the specifics of your situation and to acquaint yourself with the attorneys who work there. Success in your case will depend on your ability to trust and work with your own lawyer – so use your instincts and gather information firsthand.

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