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Paying for Your Divorce

Did you know that in many states, when a major financial disparity exists between spouses, the spouse with higher earnings or greater wealth may have to pay for both parties to have an attorney? This is to attain the goal of balanced financial footing so both sides...

January is the most popular month for divorce

That's what the lawyers, market watchers, and search engine data say. As a divorce professional, I think this perception is on point.  I hear from people in the fall and suddenly the holidays are right around the corner, so they wait. I don't blame them. Most people...

I Didn’t Get Married to Get Divorced

Actor Russel Crowe  once famously said: “I didn’t get married to get divorced.” He even complained about “feeling unbalanced” without his wedding ring and the left ring finger being “cold.” This was 4 years after he and his wife had split but had not formally...

So Stressed Out

We all have a stress response, which in some situations, can save our lives. The brain chemicals and hormones released in the gap between nerves during a stress response, prepare us to react quickly to a threat or flee to safety. Prolonged, persistent...

I’m Thinking About Divorce

I hear from people contemplating divorce every day. I listen to stories people are told by friends and family, about what they should and shouldn't do if they are getting divorced. People share what they have heard about a neighbor's custody...

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