When emotions run high, it’s helpful to remember that there are other options for couples hoping to keep their divorce out of a courtroom. Mediation is a common alternative form of dispute resolution that, if appropriate, can be less costly and lead to quicker outcomes.
If you pay child support each month, a job loss can be especially stressful. The situation may bring up questions about how this sudden change in income will affect your obligation to continue your payments, if at all.
The status of a relationship could change for any number of unexpected reasons. Creating a cohabitation agreement in advance is a smart way to offset some potential complications of sharing a home if things don’t go as planned.
It’s tax time once again. If you and your spouse divorced sometime during the past year and it was finalized before December 31, 2020, you need to be considering changes in how you file your taxes for the year 2020.
Choosing a family attorney can feel daunting, especially when it concerns an emotionally trying time in your life. But it’s important to remember that the lawyer you choose can make a big difference in your outcome — and, consequently, your future.