Month: March 2018

Family Law

Tips for sharing custody over the Easter holiday

The Easter holiday is coming up soon. For many families, it is a happy day full of pastel colors, candy eggs and photo ops with the Easter bunny. For others, though, it might not be quite as joyful.Parents who are...

March 28, 2018
Expert Vitness in Divorce

How should I handle financial infidelity?

You have begun to feel that something is amiss with your spouse. Lately, they have been acting secretive. The statements for your joint accounts show mysterious withdrawals. Sometimes, you don’t even get to see your statements: Your spouse snatches them...

March 19, 2018
Family Law

5 things to do online when getting divorced

These days, the Internet isn't just something we use casually. It's a part of our lives. It's where we connect with people. It's how we communicate and keep in touch. It's where we do our banking, share our photo albums...

March 18, 2018
Family Law

Debunking common myths about domestic abuse

The recent tidal wave of sexual misconduct allegations against high-profile men has created a public dialogue about various forms of abuse, including domestic violence. Domestic violence can be a sensitive and taboo topic. Survivors often feel ashamed to talk openly...

March 16, 2018
Family Law

Planning a marriage? You should also plan for a divorce

There are three things that every soon-to-be-married lovebird likes to think about when planning a wedding: Lawyers, prenups and divorce.Okay, maybe not. When planning your romantic ceremony, these are probably the last three things on your mind—but they shouldn’t be....

March 7, 2018
Family Law

6 tips as you move into post-divorce life

You and your spouse are headed for divorce. You got the papers served to you at work, months after you initially separated. You told friends and family members. You started making lists of assets and canceling your joint credit cards.As...

March 6, 2018
Family Law

How do I obtain a restraining order in California?

It is sometimes necessary to take out a restraining order against someone you fear may harm you, particularly if that person is a spouse or other intimate partner. A restraining order, also known as a protective order, can offer protection...

March 2, 2018