Recent Blog Posts
Divorce is difficult on children. Even though research shows that most children ultimately adapt to their parents divorcing, many will initially struggle. So many of our clients dread telling their children, and there is no “easy” way to do it. At our firm, we have seen many mothers and fathers rise to the challenge… Read More »
According to the Institute for Family Studies, about 50% of people have thought about divorce at some point in their marriage. This number includes about 1 in 4 spouses who have considered divorce only in the past six months. Marriages rarely turn sour overnight. Instead, one or both spouses begin to feel that the… Read More »
There is no greater myth than the one that divorce lawyers cost clients money. The reality is far different: an experienced attorney understands the mistakes that couples make and can sidestep them, ultimately saving our clients money in the long run. If you are considering divorce, don’t do it alone. There are few “simple”… Read More »
For most couples, their home is their largest piece of property. If a couple bought a home after getting married, odds are high that the property will qualify as “marital” and therefore is subject to equitable distribution. At our firm, we meet with many clients who automatically assume that they want the family home…. Read More »
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