A Tampa divorce attorney shows his skills when he tells his clients how to take care of themselves during a divorce.
Bill Richmond, who represents clients with custody disputes, has a unique ability to make a difference.
Richmond was an attorney for his own wife and daughter when she was killed in a car crash in 2007.
He said he never expected his wife would die so suddenly.
“I’m still dealing with it, it was just like I’m still trying to piece together what happened,” Richmond said.
Richmund is the founder of the divorce attorneys at the Law Firm of Richmond and Co., based in Tampa.
He is also the husband of former U.S. Attorney Angela Richmond.
Richmonds’ expertise in divorce law stems from working for his mother, who died when he was 7 years old.
Richmond started practicing divorce law in 2002, when he worked at a small law firm.
Richardson is now a partner at the law firm, which he started working at just after he became an attorney.
Richsons divorce is still in its infancy, but he said it is starting to look like it will be a happy one.
“We’re very confident it will work out and I think it’s going to be very satisfying to be able to be part of that, to be the person who helps them to get that done,” he said.
The couple has already met with their new attorney and he is hoping for some kind of settlement.
They will be happy to settle their custody dispute for a reduced amount, but not necessarily their share of the money, Richmond added.
“There is going to have to be some kind and kind of resolution, and I hope we can find some way to make that work,” he added.
The attorney also said the couple needs to make sure their children are doing well in school.
“If they’re not getting along with their parents, if they’re in the wrong school, if the children are getting in the way of the parent, if it’s something to do with school and not with their own needs, I don’t think they’re going to want to stay in that relationship,” Richmons said.
“They’ll want to move on.”
Richmond and his wife divorced in 2009.
He has since had three more children.
Richons divorce, along with the ones of his mother and father, are all pending.
He and his children still live in Tampa, but they do not have a custody agreement in place.