Members DawnFisher Posted April 3, 2008 Members Report Share Posted April 3, 2008 A reminder from Beyond Indigo - Many new users are reading the website, trying to get the hang of things before they post. As we are reminded by Trudi's recent experience with trial lawyers, there are also guests reading these posts as well. Some of the deaths discussed in our forums may eventually involve a courtroom experience, sometimes even child custody issues arise as a result of a parent's death - so we just want to remind you before writing too much detail about a personal situation that may involve future litigation, courts, lawyers and such - consider carefully what you share regarding things of this nature or perhaps use a pen name to keep your actual name/location discreet. We are happy and relieved that things turned out well for Trudi in this case - some lawyers will stoop at anything to try and win their case. We just felt compelled to share this advice with any newcomers who might not consider such a scenario. We appreciate those of you who have been through a courtroom experience and are using the wealth of knowledge you've gained to share with our BI readers who are suddenly thrown "to the wolves" in a courtroom situation. It is hard enough to lose a loved one - but to go through the legal process - that's grief and stress added beyond measure.And now, an invitation to our "Beyond Purple" friends...I have started a post under "Please Tell Us" inviting you to share a story about the friendships you have formed as a result of posting on this forum. We want to hear about the way your Beyond Indigo friends have made a difference in your grief journey. We think this will be a great way for newcomers to jump in the pool and get their feet wet...by reading some great testimonials from you and gaining the courage to become a part of this family! Take care, Dawn Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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