Why I Became A Lawyer: Being There For Families In Trouble

Law360 (October 29, 2019, 5:12 PM EDT) -- This article is part of a series in which attorneys reflect on the formative life experiences that helped lay the groundwork for their careers in the legal profession. In this installment, Sheryl Seiden of Seiden Family Law LLC recounts how the searing experience of her parents' contentious, drawn-out divorce taught her to be resilient — and ultimately led her to a career in family law, helping other families during their own difficult times.

Sheryl Seiden I like to call myself a nice Jewish girl from New Jersey who helps families in a time of need. But it took me a few stops...

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