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Fran Brochstein
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I've been a licensed TX attorney for over 17 years. After doing family law exclusively for over 10 years, I'm tired of dealing with people that want to "destroy" each other -- even if it means that they are also "destroying" their children.

My parents divorced after a 42 yr. marriage. I was already divorced myself with a toddler. Both of my parents behaved badly. It was a painful time for me.

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At 4:11am on May 1, 2008, Fran Brochstein said…
Are you going to do more in the future?

It was wonderful to listen to other attorneys that have the same philosophy as I do.

When I am able to assist a couple into resolving their issues in a reasonable & practical manner, it energizes me. I find that contested cases exhaust me.
At 9:42pm on April 29, 2008, Fran Brochstein said…
I thoroughly enjoyed the teleclass with Susan Allan, Belinda Rachman and Cynthia Tiano tonight.

Thank you so much for a fascinating conversation.

I kept saying "amen!" during your comments on divorce and relationships.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Fran Brochstein

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