On Christmas Eve, James J. Gross, of the Maryland Divorce Legal Crier, had a very appropriate post for the season and I am reproducing it with thanks to him and to Dick Price at the Divorce and Family Law in Tarrant County, Texas Blog, who brought Jim’s post to my attention:


"The Twelve Days of Christmas Divorce

On the twelfth day of Christmas,My true love sent to me
Twelve demands for relief,
Eleven prayers for property,
Ten thousand for alimony,
Nine hundred for child support,
Eight pages of interrogatories,
Seven requests for documents,
Six requests for admissions,
Five thousand for attorneys,
Four requests to enjoin,
Three pre-trial motions,
Two process servers,
And a complaint for a final divorce!"

I hope everyone has as merry a Christmas and as happy a holiday season as possible as you work through whatever legal issues you face. May your next year be much better and happier!

SOURCES FOR POST: Maryland Divorce Legal Crier and  Divorce and Family Law in Tarrant County, Texas Blog.