About this blog…

My name is Steve. I am a college professor in Nevada. I started this blog primarily to provide information to men seeking information about divorce. Having gone through the divorce wringer for the past three years, I was shocked by the lack of information available for men to make rational decisions about legal strategies. 

 There is so much political correctness and self-interest that it is very difficult to tell from the outside looking in how the system works (even for a relatively self-sufficient person like myself). This blog is one solution to this information vacuum.

Unfortunately, I cannot provide direct legal advice (that would be practicing law without a license). My solution is to give a blow-by-blow account of what I learned about the legal system and divorce industry in my three year struggle and give my personal opinion of what I did right and wrong during that time. Hopefully, this will help those following in my footsteps.

 My approach is make a series that roughly chronicles my three year odyssey. I would encourage readers to comment and add to my insights and point out my oversights. I look forward to the journey.

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One Response to About this blog…

  1. Lewis says:

    Pretty cool Mr. Elliot. I am starved for missives from the mailbox. I’ll admit it, I even open junk mail. (Hey, maybe it’s a check with a lot of zeros at the end.) Such a sad existence for me when my an individual a small rush of importance is ripping open junk mail. Bills can wait around, so a real letter sounds excellent. Will subscribe.Cheers, Iris

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