While the division of assets during a divorce causes acrimony because everyone wants more, the division of debt is quite the opposite. Like a hot potato, parties will throw accusations
Some people view goal setting as a once-a-year exercise, often near January; however, goal setting can occur at any time and may also be driven by monumental life changes.
By Marlo Van Oorschot Van Oorschot Law Group PC You hear it all the time and it’s often true. People talk about their attorney’s fees, specifically how expensive the divorce was;
Many people often reflect on how long and expensive their divorce was, and frequently for good reason because it did take a long time and it was expensive. However, the
Family law cases typically entail ongoing issues rather than a distinct event, for example, child support, custody, and visitation. Thus, family law builds in the necessary flexibility to accommodate changing
The decision to seek a Domestic Violence Restraining Order is often fraught with uncertainty, fear, and general uneasiness. Many victims worry that the abuse they are experiencing—whether physical, verbal, or
By Marlo Van Oorschot Van Oorschot Law Group PC Divorce is a tricky time for people because, while most people are aware of the basic things to do and not
While a divorce may feel like an earthquake in many lives—an unpredictable, scary and catastrophic event—having emergency supplies around can help alleviate the shock and trauma of the unexpected.
By Marlo Van Oorschot Van Oorschot Law Group PC In the now distant past, divorce was embarrassing to talk about mostly because it was not socially and morally favorably looked
Domestic violence is one of the darkest underbellies within the space of family law. Entrenched in power and control, domestic violence rears its ugly head in a multitude of ways,