1. Four Reasons to Mediate Your Divorce

    It can probably go without saying that divorce can be a contentious process with strong emotions on all sides. When things heat up, it’s tempting to accept that a divorce can and should be all-out warfare in a courtroom, but is that really the best course of action for all involved? Does divorce (…Read More

  2. Child Custody During the Pandemic

    As people are being asked to stay home and limit exposure to others during the COVID-19 pandemic, important questions naturally arise from divorced parents feeling conflicted about how to adhere to these guidelines and stay healthy when their children are supposed to be dividing time between two hou…Read More

  3. The Benefits of Estate Planning, Part Two

    Planning is a part of life. You plan your day, what you’ll wear in the morning, what you’ll have for lunch, and where you will go after work. You plan your next vacation, making reservations and booking flights ahead of time. You plan for your next baby. You plan your next move. You plan your ca…Read More

  4. The Benefits of Estate Planning, Part One

    Contrary to popular belief, an estate is not a white mansion with columns out front and acres of farmland and cattle. Everything that you own, from your car and house to your clothes and pets, is part of your estate. When you pass, something has to be done with your estate. This is where estate plan…Read More

  5. The Basics of 1031 Exchanges

    Having to pay taxes on real estate property can be overwhelming, to say the least. You pay for taxes on the purchase of the property itself, on any income earned, on capital gains, and depreciation recapture, not to mention all of the paperwork involved, changing lax laws, and the risk of filing inc…Read More

  6. Child Custody Hearing: What to Expect & More

    When you’re going through a divorce, possibly one of the most complicated steps is determining child custody, creating a schedule, and establishing rules and expectations that both parents can agree to. Generally, there are two types of child custody, legal and physical, and these two can be broke…Read More

  7. The 4 Different Types of Child Custody

    In an ideal situation, parents who are going through a divorce will be able to come to an agreement on child custody on their own. They will decide when the child will spend their time at each parent’s home, how much time, and who will be responsible for various things, such as school meetings, wh…Read More

  8. What Goes Into Deciding Child Custody

    The entire divorce process is undoubtedly an emotional, overwhelming, stressful, and life-changing process. When you decide to end a relationship, whether it’s been one year of marriage or 30, if you have children or not, to say that the decision is difficult is an understatement. When you need to…Read More

  9. How to Fire a Family Lawyer

    If you’ve ever been in a situation where you have needed to fire someone, you know it’s not the easiest thing to do. But when it comes to firing your family lawyer, the process is fairly straightforward and should be kept as professional as possible, which can sometimes take some stress out of t…Read More