Myth #1: Do not move out of the marital home until the divorce is final.
Myth #2: A consultation with an attorney means hiring an attorney.
Myth #3: Courts favor Mom, therefore men require a special men's rights attorney to protect their interests.
Myth #4: Identifying and valuing assets is the easy part of the case.
Myth #5: Every family law case has a winner and a loser.
Myth #6: Courts divide marital property down the middle.
Myth #7: A well-crafted prenuptial agreement is ironclad.
Myth #8: Mediators are a substitute for legal counsel, or "Why do I need a lawyer? I have a mediator."
Myth #9: Attorneys increase conflict; therefore representing oneself is cost effective.
Myth #10: Love fades but divorce is final.