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Guest Post :: Using LifeJournal in Divorce and Child Custody Cases

Posted by J. Benjamin Stevens | Jul 18, 2008 | 0 Comments

The following is a Guest Post from Ruth Folit, President of Chronicles Software, which explains how their program LifeJournal can be utilized to help you in your Family Court case:

Do you want to your win your divorce or custody case? Divorce lawyers tell us that keeping good notes is key to winning your case. When you tell your story in court—and the other side denies your allegations—your detailed, dated notes about your spouse's or ex-spouse's behavior will offer solid evidence that strengthens your case.

LifeJournal, journal software, is an easy and effective way to safely keep your notes.
LifeJournal, which runs on your Windows computer's hard drive, lets you securely record and organize your notes. You can password protect your journals, making the journal private. Additionally, the files are encrypted, so that your can feel even more secure that others won't be able to read your journal.

LifeJournal automatically enter the time and date of each new entry. LifeJournal lets you assign topics to entries, so you can quickly search for particular entries—by date, by topic, and more. You can print out a set of journal entries and give them to your lawyer.

You may also want to keep a journal for working out the emotional issues that often emerge during a divorce. However, divorce lawyers warn that it's best not to include your personal writings with your notes that you'll bring to court. LifeJournal has a solution. You can create two different journal writers, so that the two journals—the journal for court documentation and the journal for personal use—are separate.

You can start right now by downloading the program at www.lifejournal.com/download. Visit www.lifejournal.com to learn more about the program.

About the Author

J. Benjamin Stevens

Aggressive, creative, and compassionate are words Ben Stevens' colleagues freely use to describe him as a divorce and family law attorney. Ben is a Fellow in the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, the International Academy of Family Lawyers, and is a Board Certified Family Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocates. He is one of only four attorneys in South Carolina with those simultaneous distinctions. To schedule a consultation with Ben Stevens call (864) 598-9172.

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