This week we have Elise Buie, founder of Elise Buie Family Law Group, to give us her professional opinion on the best ways to approach a divorce in order to start a better life post divorce.
In this episode we hear about:
- How a divorce could be the start of a better life, not the end of your best life
- Elise’s experience with her clients and how some have blossomed into millionaires
- How to make the best long term decisions for your children
- The difference in making objective decisions and avoiding fear based decisions
Elise Buie is the Founder Elise Buie Family Law Group, helping families live their best lives as they transition through divorce or other family changes. Her practice involves all aspects of family law: preparation of postnuptial and separation agreements, parenting plans, child support, simple and complex financial cases, relocation, and blended families.
Elise Buie, Esq. is a passionate, creative, problem-solving family law attorney who creates solutions, not obstacles. After evacuating her hometown of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina and surviving a divorce, Elise landed in Seattle and founded her law firm. Elise’s practice involves all aspects of family law, guided by a collaborative philosophy and her deep understanding of complex parenting issues. Elise opened her firm during a period of personal adversity. Now in a period of global adversity, Elise’s firm has experienced its most significant growth yet, which she attributes primarily to her driving force and mantra: “I can do it.”
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