So, I'm sad, but relieved at the same time. I payed my retainer and signed the papers to get the process started. I spoke to my step-daughter today and we are cool. I love her so much and thank God the feeling is mutual so that was a fantastic end to an otherwise stressful situation. She has invited me to her graduation in May and I will try to go. Tennessee is a little bit of a trip but she's worth it. I really feel comfortable with this law firm and the people that work there. There primary response to me "we will take care of everything, don't worry" It's a nice feeling. I hope they follow through.
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