Property Division in Divorce can be the most difficult hurdle for most couples. Sometimes all they can fixate on is who gets the coffee table.
10 Tips on what you need to know to be prepared!
One of the first questions clients ask me is who gets the house? How does a Judge determine Property Division. Am I entitled to a share of my spouse's retirement account? Is he entitled to a piece of mine?
The person who initiates a divorce has 6 common expectations that sadly fall short. This blog talks about those expectations and how you and your lawyer can manage some but not all of those disappointments.
Divorce is scary! Property Division is one but not the only way to overcome these fears.
Divorce Can be Very Difficult for people over 50 but Gray Divorce is becoming more and more common! Between 1990 and 2010 the divorce rate among couples over 50 more than doubled. By 2010 more than 25% of divorcees were in this category.
Property Division is first and foremost on your mind when thinking about divorce. One of the first questions you may ask yourself who gets the house or does it have to be sold?
My firm specializes in divorce and family law. I believe that preparation is essential especially when it comes to property division. If you are contemplating divorce, what should you do to prepare?
In a previous blog post we discussed the prominent role social media websites like Facebook play in both contributing to divorce and in the discovery of evidence during a divorce. Even after a divorce is finalized, issues related to social media accounts may continue to be a source of conflict between ex-spouses.