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Category: Family Law and Divorce

Life After Divorce – What Are the Effects Divorce Has on Families?

Family Law customers are typically shocked to hear that there’s no specific formula to establish every party’s entitlement in a property division, as opposed to child support for example. There’s excellent reason for this – every single party to a relationship is distinctive, each relationship is unique and everyone’s financial circumstance is unique. The Family […]

Divorce and Child Custody in Louisiana

A divorce is never easy for a family. As you or perhaps someone you know may attest to, many times a family is never the same. For this reason, one of the utmost concerns is the custodial arrangement of the children. Their young and impressionable minds need to be considered, and every effort must be […]

Saving Money With Divorce Mediation

Divorce is never pleasant. To compound the emotional turmoil, consider the impact of a litigated divorce which is frequently driven by one or both parties’ fear or anger. No matter the issues driving the break up, whether infidelity, financial woes, substance abuse or other situations that may cause mistrust, a couple who opts to dissolve […]

The Nuances of Divorce Law

Divorce Law consists of much more than deciding who gets to keep the large-screen television set. There are a few types of divorces that are recognized in the American court system. The first is absolute divorce. Absolute divorce is a complete divorce and separation in the eyes of the legal system and is referred to […]

Protecting The Estate Over Several Marriages

Multiple marriages frequently bring complexity to estate planning. While some people need a few tries to find true love, just one slip up on a will can cost the heirs of a past marriage the entire estate. This potential for error can be something that many people overlook. Take Tony for example. Tony’s first marriage […]

Pre-Marriage Counseling 101: Spend A Day in Divorce Court

Last Sunday there was an article in the Sacramento Bee about eight couples who all got married on the same day in the same Presbyterian church after successfully completing a six-week “marriage preparation” class. The class focused on finances and budgeting and developing relationship and communications skills. I think such instruction is a great idea […]

How To Choose A Family Lawyer

Deciding to get married and building a family is not as easy as we think it is when we are at the peak of our emotions right after a heart-warming marriage proposal. We can never be sure if the relationship we have with our partners today will stay as it is even after several years […]