Month: November 2018

Spousal Abuse

The nest approach to coparenting

The best parenting plan is one that addresses the unique needs of the children and the parents. Of course, there are typical formats that are commonly accepted, these include alternating weekdays with weekends, rotating blocks of days, or perhaps it...

November 27, 2018
Family Law

Domestic Violence and Its Legacy

I had a rather heartbreaking meeting earlier this week, and it's been chewing at me. This was one of those chance encounters we all tend to have.  You're out in public and suddenly you're comforting a stranger. This woman had...

November 19, 2018
Expert Vitness in Divorce

University professor caught hiding retirement egg is sentenced

It is our goal that every divorce can be handled in a professional, honest and forthright manner by staff and clients. However, the client or their spouse may have difficulty in dividing such assets as real property, bank accounts, investments...

November 14, 2018
Family Law

Some of the various places your spouse could hide marital assets

Figuring out how to split up your assets is one of the most challenging parts of a divorce. What you want and what your spouse wants likely won't match up exactly, leading to arguments and increasing the potential for a...

November 13, 2018
Expert Vitness in Divorce

Making a binding postnuptial agreement

Postnuptial agreements can serve a variety of purposes. One common use is to sooth tension over a disagreement a couple may have. It can apply to different matters, but couples commonly use it to address disagreements over finances or control...

November 7, 2018
Family Law

Structuring a parenting plan for the holidays

Those couples contemplating an upcoming divorce or separation should pay close attention as they go through their last holiday season together. Parenting plans often will use an alternating year and alternating holiday schedule. This means that those who have the...

November 2, 2018