A divorce is challenging under the best set of circumstances and if you cannot negotiate or mediate a reasonable outcome to your divorce, then life becomes more difficult as you must enter the world of litigation. Divorce litigation is always stressful; however, when...read more
Forensic child custody evaluations are an important tool used during custody litigation; however, such evaluations are not necessary in every case and are not going to instantly resolve your child custody dispute. Custody evaluations take time, money and patience....read more
During a divorce, whether for purposes of negotiation, mediation, collaboration or litigation, the parties need to assign a value to the assets - this is called valuation. Frequently valuation of property can be easy, such as when it is a bank or retirement account as...read more
Legally speaking, Servicemembers (or their spouses) who are seeking a divorce are not unlike anyone seeking a divorce. The process is generally the same, but has some important distinctions to consider during the divorcing process and there may be some...read more
What to Do, and What Not to Do First, it is important that you resist the temptation to take any frustrations out on your child. Part of this means that it is crucial that you are not alienating the other party from your child by using your influence as a...read more
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