In Part 1 of “Ten Documents You Should Keep Close If You’re Getting A Divorce”, we discussed the importance of documents in divorce proceedings including: financial account statements, property documents, marriage documents, corporate records and agreements, contracts and court [...read full post]
Divorce law blog
What happens when a divorced parent wants to move with their child?
This is one of the hardest questions in family law. As with all court decisions about parenting, judges are supposed to make an order that reflects the best [...read full post]
You may have heard that prenuptial agreements are a good way of reducing conflict if and when a couple separates. If you’ve been through a break-up you will remember that emotions run high and it’s not always easy to be [...read full post]
Not every separation is immediately conflict-ridden. A couple that is separating can sometimes discuss the issues of parenting, child support, spousal support (if any) and property division calmly and informally between themselves. They may even prepare their own written separation [...read full post]
Many people change jobs at some point. If a spouse was ordered by the court to pay some amount of spousal support to his ex and he later loses his job and ends up with less income, he can often [...read full post]