You’ve Been Furloughed: How To Stay Afloat
As the partial government shut down continues, federal employees have now missed two paychecks. Whether you are in the midst…Read More
Government Shutdown: Impact On Your Family Law Case
It is day 30 of the government’s partial shutdown, far exceeding the 21-day record shutdown in 1995. If you are…Read More
I Lost My Job. What Does that Mean for My Child Support?
Losing a job is a stressful, nerve-wracking experience. You aren’t sure how you’re going to pay all your bills, or…Read More
I Want a Divorce. What Do I Do Now?
You’ve been thinking about it for quite some time, and have finally come to the realization: You want a divorce.…Read More
7 Tips for Preparing for Your Divorce Deposition
Your divorce case has reached a point where one or both attorneys involved agrees that it’s time to take depositions.…Read More
Who Gets to Keep the Family Pet in My Divorce?
Getting divorced means you have to make a whole slew of decisions: When the kids are going to be with…Read More
Will Divorce Affect My Green Card?
Divorce is hard to experience on its own. Parting ways with someone who you had a strong connection with can…Read More
My Spouse and I Agree on Everything in Our Divorce. Do I Still Need a Lawyer?
You and your spouse have come to the conclusion that you’re better off getting a divorce. Even through all the…Read More
I’ve Just Been Served with Divorce Papers. What Do I Do Now?
You’ve just answered the knock at the door to be greeted by a process server, who hands you divorce papers.…Read More