Are stock options considered assets to be divided during divorce? The first thing we need to look at is what is a stock option? A stock option is the right to buy stock in a company who employs the spouse at a discounted or fixed price within a certain period of time. Stock options can […]
Maureen Renehan, a family law attorney and partner at Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet, discusses how alimony (aka “spousal support”) and child support work in Maryland. Whether you expect to pay or hope to receive support, this video is for you: knowing your rights and obligations can help you to work efficiently with your lawyer and make better decisions throughout the divorce process.
Family lawyer Stuart Skok answers FAQs about child custody & child support in Maryland – including specific challenges the court faces with a special-needs child.
Heather Sweren, a family lawyer at Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet, answers FAQs about child custody in Maryland. If you’re pursuing a custody or a visitation case in Maryland, this video is for you!
Wendy Tse, a California family law attorney at Gilligan, Frisco & Trutanich, discusses common mistakes that people make during the divorce process.
Janine Frisco, a California family law attorney at Gilligan, Frisco & Trutanich, discusses differences in California divorce as we age.
Michael Sarris, a California family law attorney at Gilligan, Frisco & Trutanich, discusses what a judge considers when dividing marital property.
Samantha Pollin, a family lawyer at Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet answers common questions about divorce basics in Maryland and D.C. She will focus on separation agreements, property division, child custody, and settlement versus negotiation to settle your divorce.
Sharon Donovan answers FAQs about property division in Utah, including the difference between marital & separate property, and how assets are divided during divorce.
Kristin Trutanich, a California family law attorney at Gilligan, Frisco & Trutanich, discusses California divorce-related subjects from domestic violence to restraining orders with DivorceMag.com.