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June 24, 2011


Divorce in Virginia

Wait, so what was the outcome of this scenario?

Larry Harris

Stiglitz is suing his divorce lawyer?


It seems to me that if Stiglitz objected to the July 5 date on the same day the Court set it, then he should not be blamed for his adversary party's haste in rescheduling a vacation before checking to see if the July 5 date was even feasible. Had she waited 24 hours to cancel plans that were still a week in the future, and Stiglitz still hadn't spoken up, then I'd be more sympathetic to her. Same goes for her attorney, though his quick-trigger change of Connecticut plans can easily be reversed and his family will in fact be quite pleased with a postponement.

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