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Silverman Law Offices


214 Eighth Street. Suite 207
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601


970-945-9218 (fax)


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WINNER of the Spring Contest Question! New Summer Question!

October 3, 2012
We proudly announce that Trane Fleming is the winner of the Spring Contest.

His wonderful answer to the most unique divorce settlement in history was; “Before King Louis XII could be granted an annulment from his wife, she had to agree to spend the rest of her days in a convent.”

All the judges agreed this was the best answer received. Fleming intimidated the competition with his best divorce settlement answer!

This was a subjective question. Here is what Tom Silverman had in mind on this divorce question.

One of my heroes is Walter Isaacson. His book on Einstein, “Einstein, His Life and Universe” is a truly great book. It is entertaining, thorough, and made me sad to finish because of the pure enjoyment of reading it. All salute Walter Isaacson!

In this wondrous book Mr. Isaacson writes that in order to entice divorce from his wife Mileva Maric he ”…made a striking offer to Maric: ‘The Nobel Prize – in the event of the divorce and the event that it is bestowed upon me – would be ceded to you in full.’ ”

In 1918 this was worth more than 37 times what Maric was making annually.

Einstein did divorce her and did win the Nobel prize for his work on the photoelectric effect and did give Maric the proceeds!

If you come to see the brilliant Super Lawyer Katie Hays from Tom Silverman Law Offices for your divorce, she will strongly recommend that you not give up your future Nobel Prizes!

Congratulations to Trane Fleming! You can call us any time to collect your valued prize.

If the readers want to win, look for our Summer Question. You too can be a winner!

Tom Silverman

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