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Krista Barth, Esq.
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  • Palm Beach County
  • United States
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Attorney licensed in Florida, New York, Maryland and District of Columbia practicing primarily family law.

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At 6:05pm on August 11, 2008, Laura Campbell said…
Thank you so much, Krista! I hope we can work together in the future!

At 1:10pm on June 14, 2008, Rosalind Sedacca, CCT said…
Hi Krista:
Thanks for getting back to me. I don't get up your way too often but would love to chat with you a bit to see how we can support one another.

If you send me your email address I'll send you the article I wrote based on your previous comments.
My email is

Best regards,
At 7:04pm on March 23, 2008, Rosalind Sedacca, CCT said…
Hi Krista:

I was impressed with your comments about Peaceful Divorce. I'd like to use that in an upcoming ezine article, with your permission. I'd appreciate your website and a short bio that I can add, as well.

I look forward to getting to know you. I'm based in Boynton Beach.

Rosalind Sedacca, CCT
At 6:34pm on March 19, 2008, Cynthia Tiano, Esq. said…
Hi Krista -

Welcome to Peaceful Divorce! We're very glad to have you here joining in this conversation whose time has come!

Love your answer to the forum question. Now that's a lot of great information!

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