Family Law Blog & Case Studies

How to Effectively Use Mediation in a Civil Divorce

Mediation is a positive and cost-effective way to settle a dispute while going through a divorce, but many people don’t realize how to use it effectively.

Spouses who make a commitment to each other to keep things civil…

Co-Parenting During the Holidays

The holidays are already stressful for families in the middle of a divorce or custody case and with COVID-19, even more so.

The courts were already crowded pre-pandemic and now there are delays and limited access. The…

What is a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO)?

There are many asset divisions to consider when going through a divorce and retirement can be one of the biggest. Sometimes a property division calls for the division of a parties’ employer sponsored retirement account. This…

Non-Traditional Parenting Time Schedules – COVID Update

There are multiple things to be considered in order to make a child custody and parenting plan work for both the parents and the children. This can become complicated by parents who don’t have traditional work hours, i.e.…

Family Law: What Can I Expect From An Initial Consultation?

The goal of an initial consult is to see if you and the attorney make a good fit and to provide a clear, comfortable, and competent understanding of the process in relation to your specific matter. To help prepare you for…

Five Reasons for Family Law Mediation

Divorce and Family Law Mediation, the affordable and sensible alternative

Resolving Family Law Matters During Covid-19

Our Family Law team has received a lot of phone calls and emails with questions regarding how the Court is operating with the ever-changing restrictions of the COVID-19 crisis. The Courts have been corresponding regarding…

Modifying Spousal Maintenance and Child Support During the COVID-19 Crisis

The mandatory stay-at-home order has forced businesses to shut down and layoff many workers. These shutdowns are taking a toll on people financially and unfortunately, we don’t know when it might end. There is a trickle down…

Custody and Parenting Time in Light of the Covid-19

Family law practitioners have been flooded with calls regarding custody and parenting time. Though there are already broad sweeping consequences associated with COVID-19, this will likely also add more strain to child custody…

Things to Consider Before You Say I Do

You have finally found that perfect person to spend the rest of your life and you can’t wait to make it official. However, before you pick the ring or say “yes” to the dress, it is important to ask the following questions…

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