If you’re curious whether family law changes with the times, one family lawyer has attempted to answer that question. Read more to find out the answer to this intriguing question.
Depending on your situation, the completion of a divorce process can take up to a year or longer. Having solid legal representation in court can prepare you with essential strategies.
It’s pretty hard to think about who gets the family pet when a couple is going through a divorce. A pet often becomes a core element of a family, with as much significance within the family as a child would have.
Couples considering separation can look into alternative dispute resolution methods to avoid all the complications that can happen by taking a divorce to court.
Wendy Tse, a California family law attorney at Gilligan, Frisco & Trutanich, discusses the California divorce process with DivorceMag.com.
Michael Sarris, a California family law attorney at Gilligan, Frisco & Trutanich, discusses high-net-worth people’s prenuptial agreements with DivorceMag.com.
Maryland family lawyer Brian Pearlstein reunited a mother & daughter in Paris after a child abduction in a complicated pro bono case. Read the extraordinary story here.
Utah family lawyer Amy Kennedy discusses the differences between Relationship and Cohabitation Agreements and the need for prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for married couples.
Questionable social media posts can torpedo your child custody case; follow these tips to help prevent your own words from incriminating you in court.
The no-fault divorce laws were intended to eliminate the fabrication of fault claims made by spouses wishing to divorce – not because of any infidelity, abuse, or other wrongful conduct, but because they were simply unhappy.