Avoiding a Second Divorce

When a young couple gets married for the first time, they are often filled with hopes, dreams, and promises for the perfect future. Those dreams can carry a newly-married couple for a surprisingly long amount of time, but eventually the cracks start to form. Reality can be a brutal thing, and people often find that… Read more


Manage Your Taxes During Divorce

April 15th. Every adult knows that date, and most regard it with a sense of dread. Tax time is rarely a fun time of year, and if you are also currently undergoing a divorce, filing taxes can seem like an entirely insurmountable obstacle. Physical property is divided, bank accounts are split, interest payments on student… Read more


Divorce Mediation instead of Litigation

For most people, divorce is a four-letter-word. Hearing it brings to mind mental images of arguments at an attorney’s office, fights over property division, and battles in front of a judge for child custody. The truth, however, is that divorces do not have to turn out that way, and in fact, it is better for… Read more


Fight the Stress of Divorce

Divorce can be an immensely stressful time, and being told as much comes as a surprise to no one. What people may be interested in finding out, however, is that periods of massive stress (as contentious divorces can be known to cause) can literally break your heart. The disease is called Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, and in… Read more


Child Custody Mistakes to Avoid

Some divorces are knock-out, drag-down fights from start to finish. Others are amicable, friendly, and agreeable. Regardless of the situation, it is crucial that the divorce paperwork explicitly spell out child custody and visitation arrangements if there are children involved, because things change. Trusting your ex-spouse to “just do the right thing” is a risky… Read more