Divorce & Family Law Posts

Tips for business owners facing divorce

Anyone contemplating a divorce has a lot at stake, and if you’re a business owner, you can add a whole new list of considerations. Read More »

Top 10 questions to ask your divorce attorney

If you’re contemplating divorce, one of the most important steps you can take to relieve stress is hiring the right attorney.  Read More »

Legal dilemma: Divorcing spouses disagree on child's religion

My ex and I disagree on our child’s religion. If we leave it up to the court, how will it make a decision? Read More »

Even the best students can face truancy issues

It’s not uncommon for any student to experience truancy issues—even those earning straight-As Read More »

Divorce and property division: a house divided

Even if you are the primary wage earner in your marriage or the spouse who brought more to the marriage, you can expect assets—and debts—to be divided in a divorce. Read More »

Visitation: do I have to let ex-wife see children?

If parental rights have been terminated, the mother has no legal right to the children. Read More »

Prenuptial agreements can be smart estate planning tools

The rising number of second and subsequent marriages combined with the rising age of first-time brides and grooms means more people are bringing more assets and children into marriages than ever before. Read More »

Guide to adopting stepchildren

Adopting your stepchild may feel like a logical and easy step to deepening your relationship, but it’s essential to keep in mind what the change means for the child. Read More »

Minors flying solo require special considerations

A number of special considerations are required when minors fly solo. Here is some helpful information so you can navigate their way with no emotional or legal turbulence.  Read More »

Bank accounts: can boyfriend transfer funds without my permission

My boyfriend and I own a house together (both names on title and mortgage). The bank allowed him to have the automatic monthly payment transferred from our joint checking account to his individual savings account without my permission. Can they do this? Read More »