Understanding the process of divorce and the long-term impact of decisions made during your case is…
A mediator with a financial background can help couples navigate the financial details of a divorce.
In this form of alternative dispute resolution, a neutral third party helps divorcing couples negotiate their differences – without going to court.
During your divorce, you need to have a complete understanding of your own as well as your ex’s financial situation. Here’s help figuring out your living expenses.
Here is some information and a handy checklist to help you set goals and think about options as you move forward with your divorce – and life.
Choosing to represent yourself in court instead of hiring a divorce lawyer could be a costly mistake. Here's why.
The Law Offices of William J. Neary recently released an interesting infographic about the cost of divorce in America.
When your family breaks up, it feels like your very survival is threatened. Mediation merges all of the aspects of repairing a broken family – including the legal, financial, and emotional facets.
Ending a marriage can be viewed as a battleground – somebody is going to win and somebody is going to lose – or as a turning point – a change of life status that will leave your hopes, dreams, and dignity intact. Positive, strategic, and focused on the future: that’s the Wiser Divorce.
Ten tips for staying cool and calm during heated divorce-related negotiations or conversations.