This past weekend was Father’s Day. For many fathers, this is one of their favorite days of the year because they know they are going to be able to spend
More and more we hear that online legal services and mediation are the answer to give people low conflict divorces. They tout that if you just use their services, there
A “morality clause” in a divorce or custody order, also known in some states as a “paramour provision,” states that a parent who has children present in their home shall
Premarital agreements allow individuals to make agreements about their property rights and even with regard to future spousal support, although the latter involves complications and special considerations related to enforceability.
Let’s leave out of this discussion those cases where a parent abuses drugs or alcohol, is a perpetrator of domestic violence, or worse. These are a minority of custody cases
Jamie McCourt seeks a home run by asking the court to set aside the settlement agreement she reached in her divorce from Frank McCourt. Marlo Van Oorschot was interviewed by
Rich Dad, Poor Dad is a book by Robert Kiyosaki. The book advocates financial independence through investing, real estate, owning businesses and increasing one’s financial intelligence. This of course sounds
From a historical standpoint, women have been the stay-at-home moms; the underemployed or unemployed spouse in a marriage; and the lesser paid sex in the workforce (the latter is still
Should your family law case be litigated or mediated? Who should move out of the house? On what days will the children change homes? How much support will be paid?
This past Sunday, the Los Angeles Times reported that a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based on the CDC’s National Survey of Family Growth, found