Reprinted from the July 17, 2012 Los Angeles Daily Journal, Marlo Van Oorschot’s article titled “Are pets part of the family?” explores the evolving law as pet disputes become more prevalent.
If you are a divorced or separated parent, it is never too early to think about the upcoming school year. Children, like adults, often have highly scheduled lives. This can
Parents involved in high conflict divorces are often so emotional that they forget the impact a few harsh words can have on their child. We hear parents daily in the
I have written about the court crisis before, and that crisis continues. This past month all California courts, including family law courts, experienced court closures and massive lay-offs. This situation
I am sure you are shocked by this statement. Not because you are shocked on behalf of the rapist, but rather you are shocked that a rapist can collect support
Last week’s blog discussed three questions Baby Boomers going through divorce should ask their lawyer. As promised, here are three more questions.
Grey divorce is the phenomenon of increasing divorces among those persons over 50 years old: Baby Boomers. Grey divorce presents complex issues not experienced by younger individuals. Many lawyers are
Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, was rich before his company went public May 18. Now, overnight as a result of the second largest IPO in history, Zuckerberg is
Marlo Van Oorschot discusses the issue of grey divorce on LAFamily.com, the essential resource for advice on guidance for families throughout Southern California and Nevada.