Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements are Prudent Planning, Not Reason for Suspicion

Date: September 14, 2017 Tags: , Author: Michael P. Hodes

I have always thought about pre- and postnuptial agreements the same way I think about insurance: I hope I do not have to use it, but I am glad to know it is there in case I do. For newly engaged couples, there are few topics less romantic than a prenuptial agreement. It can be Read More

Back to School after Divorce: Best Practices to Return to a Family Routine

Date: August 3, 2017 Tags: , , Author: Admin

Divorce can affect children in many ways, especially if they’re going back and forth between parents frequently. When the school year begins after a divorce, children can have difficulty returning to their normal routines. During the summer, regular schedules often are put on hold if a child spends the summer at camp or goes on Read More

Digital Assets in Divorce: How Are They Divided?

Date: July 10, 2017 Tags: , , Author: Kevin J. Rubin

With our lives increasingly intertwined with technology, the division of digital assets is an area that shouldn’t be overlooked in a divorce. Digital assets include any content, such as photos, videos, music and documents, stored on smartphones, tablets, computers or remote servers that make up the cloud. Part of any divorce is determining how to Read More

Why do many marriages end in divorce? The answer may not be what you think.

Date: June 13, 2017 Tags: , Author: Amy B. Saul

In family law, it’s one of the questions we hear all the time: “What’s the most common reason people get divorced?” People assume an affair is often to blame for breaking up a marriage. However, many divorce lawyers who have handled all types of family law cases say infidelity typically is a symptom of fundamental Read More

Parents Getting Divorced: How to Handle the Conversation with Children

Date: June 1, 2017 Tags: , , Author: Raquel Saltzman

The divorce process can be grueling, emotional and stressful. If you’re a parent, one of the saddest parts of getting divorced is telling your children. Children may not be able to comprehend such a major life decision, especially if they are young, and they may think that they were to blame for the divorce. Children Read More

Protecting Your Child During a Divorce: The Private Courtroom Keeps Family Secrets Out of Public Record

Date: May 1, 2017 Tags: , , , Author: Renée H. Neary

Georgia is one of only two states in the country that permits divorcing spouses to air their grievances before a jury of their peers. Although jury trials in divorce cases are relatively rare, the issue of child custody in divorce is not. As a matter of public policy and state law – regardless of whether Read More

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