Advice on Family Law & Divorce

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Does Your Attorney Fit Your Particular Genotype? Part I

Lawyers are like organs. They come in all shapes and sizes and have a purpose. However, every organ isn’t a match for every person’s body system, blood type, and so

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The New Face of Zealous Advocacy: Teamwork

THE NEW FACE OF ZEALOUS ADVOCACY: TEAMWORK Background Recently, I served as counsel for a party in an adversarial matter. In this particular case, the opposing counsel, mediator, forensic accountant

Tarazan, a child of divorce, is depressed.

This headline caught my eye:  Boy Tarzan’s ma takes swing at dad in divorce. “The teenage star of Broadway’s “Tarzan” was hurt so much by a bitter feud between his

What Do I Do If My Child Refuses Visitation with Me?

Getting your child to eat vegetables they don’t like is one thing. Getting them to visit with a parent they don’t want to see is quite another. After a divorce,

When it All Comes Down to the Blender: The Value of Personal Property in Divorce

Personal property, furnishings and personality are typically encompassed by the objects that reside in marital (and secondary) residences. Included in this group are furniture and tchotchkes, like that horrible thing

Avoiding Insurance Revenge While Your Divorce Is Pending

Insurance revenge? Did you even know that such a thing existed? In a divorce, emotions run high. Too often, spouses do things to hurt one another. One of the best-known

Can I Move Out of State with My Children During or After Divorce?

Going through a divorce is difficult enough without having children from the marriage. When children are involved, emotions often run high in all parties involved. Seemingly common issues, such as considering a

Dissipation Revisited

Dissipation occurs when one spouse spends marital funds on something that has nothing to do with the marriage. It could be deliberately offshoring funds into a secret bank account in