A competent /financial advisor can be an invaluable resource – both for the client and for other professionals on the client's "divorce team."
It is worth introducing your client to a divorce coach if they are letting their emotions get the best of them when making legal decisions.
Dr. Barbara Landau explores three forms of alternative dispute resolution: collaborative law, collaborative divorce, and collaborative mediation.
This article will review the law applicable to debts and their division in divorce and give practical ideas for helping clients address their debt issues.
This article, by Paul L. Feinstein, Chicago family lawyer, is compiled of domestic disputes over nullifying a prenuptial agreement due to coercion.
Investment options for high-net-worth individuals and the impact of those options with divorce issues.
With college expenses going through the roof, divorcing parties are finding it harder to assemble their resources, which are only diminishing in light of the current economy. Chicago divorce attorney Paul L. Feinstein, explains the college expense issues
Chicago divorce lawyer Paul L. Feinstein, explains his views on automatic temporary restraining orders against assets, commencing with the filing and service of divorce papers. Find out more.
Learn from Chicago family lawyer, Micheal C. Craven why corporations should be alerted to the laws concerning child support collection of their employees. Penalties, costing millions of dollars, may be a consequence of not following the laws.