Think seriously about what you will tell your kids about the divorce before sitting down to have the conversation. This is a reprint of an article by Carolin Lehmann, Huffington Post. Telling your kids that you plan to divorce is not a conversation to be taken lightly. It’s one that marks a turning point in… More 10 Things to Keep in Mind When Telling Your Kids About the Divorce
I hear people complain all the time about the amount of money that they have spent on attorneys. They make the attorney out to be a villain, someone that scammed them out of a bunch of money and overcharged them excessively. These people often don’t realize or admit that they themselves might have something to… More “Why are my Legal Fees So High?”
Reprinted from “Wonderwall” Ciara loses court battle over son, judge awards joint custody to her and her ex, Future By Mark Gray Wonderwall 11:08am PDT, May 17, 2016 Richard Shotwell / Invision/AP 1 / 9 Ciara and her ex Future will be co-parents to their 1-year-old son, also named Future, much to the dismay of… More How NOT to Behave When You Are in a Custody Battle
I like to try to lead a holistic lifestyle and I know that a divorce or custody case, or any court stuff going on, can really put my clients, as well as anyone else, in a bad mood. This is a reprint of a New York Times blog that might help some people get a… More A Simple Little Way to Boost Your Mood
By Diana Shepherd for DivorceMagazine.com Choosing to represent yourself in court instead of hiring a divorce lawyer could be a costly mistake. Here’s why. If you’re at the beginning of your divorce process, you may be considering representing yourself instead of hiring a lawyer, thinking you’ll save time and money by doing so. If your… More 5 Reasons to Hire a Divorce Lawyer
The following is an article from Laurie Hollman, PhD, Infant-Parent and Child Psychoanalyst; Author, ‘Unlocking Parental Intelligence: Finding Meaning in Your Child’s Behavior’: Some divorces help kids. Others hurt kids. The ones that help kids are generally healthy decisions by two adults who realize they are no longer a good match for each other or… More The Top 10 Most Difficult New Year’s Resolutions for Divorced Parents
Reprint of an article from the NY Times: Divorcing a Narcissist By Tara Parker-Pope August 24, 2015 12:10 pm August 24, 2015 12:10 pm Is there a narcissist in your life? Many people exhibit some narcissistic qualities, but full-blown narcissistic personality disorder afflicts about 8 percent of men and about 5 percent of women. While… More Divorcing a Narcissist. Why is my Divorce Taking So Long????
Take a close look at your employment contracts, cell phone agreement, even the documentation that you get with a credit card or your bank statement. Chances are that it contains an arbitration clause. This is probably the biggest overreach by big business in history as far as taking away your rights. Check out this article… More A Serious Loss of Some of Our Legal Rights
Yes, it is entirely possible, given what is likely a large disparity in their incomes… see article below reprinted from Huffington Post: Kaley Cuoco’s Ex, Ryan Sweeting, Files For Spousal Support Cuoco filed for divorce in September. Carly Ledbetter Associate Entertainment Editor, The Huffington Post Posted: 10/20/2015 09:42 AM EDT | Edited: 10/20/2015 11:55 PM… More Penny from “Big Bang Theory” on the hook for maintenance??
Answers to commonly asked questions about getting a divorce in Missouri Reprinted from an article by M. Corley, a Kansas City attorney. Below, you’ll find answers to some common questions about getting a divorce in Missouri. What is a “dissolution of marriage”? In most jurisdictions, the legal process for ending a marriage is called “divorce.”… More Missouri Divorce FAQs