When my children began growing up, it devastated me. I loved sitting them in my lap and reading stories to them. I loved watching their eyes grow to the size of saucers on Christmas morning. And I hated losing that sense of wonder, knowing that my kisses could no longer heal all the blows that the world might give them.
If this is your first Christmas after divorce or child custody order was entered, you may be filled with dread about the upcoming holidays. The children will soon be getting out of school for the Christmas break, and they will be with the “other” parent until noon on December 28th. That first Christmas without them […]
Any parent will tell you that juggling a full-time job and being there for your kids in all the ways you want to can be hard. You have to make sacrifices, but you do it for those you love and what you love to do. For a long time, I made the decision to keep the Bolton Law Firm small so I could dedicate large amounts of time to my kids.
Now that all of my children have left the nest except one, it’s time to shift my focus to my firm, which means growing both our team and our office space.
About six months ago, I made the decision
to start growing the firm. As exciting as the
prospect was, it wasn’t something I wanted
to do quickly — I knew it needed to be a
carefully thought-out, deliberate process.
Those kinds of things take time, but I’m
happy to say now, after hiring a fantastic
team and expanding into a great new office
space, that time was well spent.