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April 2015 Archives

Getting through divorce without losing your mind

If you are considering divorce, you may be afraid that you are about to be subjected to a knock-down, drag out fight over property division, asset division and custody matters. While this may not eventually come to pass, knowing what you’re up against is key in preparing. After all, when you prepare for the worst, you can expect the best; and that is not just an old adage.

Growing Recognition Of The Benefits Of Mediation

A popular misconception regarding divorce and other family law matters is that going to court to fight for the resolution you want is the best way to achieve your goals. Litigation is not the right solution for every situation. Mediation can help people secure the outcomes they need to even the most difficult family law situations. 

Can you be held liable for an ex-spouse's tax issues?

Divorces have an unfortunate knack for uncovering deep dark secrets. It may be that substance abuse issues are discovered, illicit affairs are brought to light, and even sometimes odd fetishes are found out. With this in mind, it may come to light that your spouse has not only been cheating on your for years, he or she may have been cheating the IRS. The worst part, the government could hold you liable when they catch up to your soon-to-be ex.

What single men should know about custody and parenting time

Being a single parent is hard enough. But what if you are an unmarried father who is being denied the chance to be a part of your child’s life? Indeed, you may feel as if you have rights that should be upheld. After all, you were there for the birth, you are on the birth certificate, and you are a reasonably responsible person.