As a busy board certified divorce attorney, I put a lot of effort into managing stress and living a balanced life. I have been doing this for 18 years and can honestly tell you I live a very happy life. During those 18 years I have developed many skills for dealing with stress and anxiety, […]
Archives for June 2015
Should an adoptive father be required to pay child support & college expenses when the child turns 18 and leaves the mother’s home to live with her biological father? While this may seem like an unusual or unlikely scenario, this issue was brought before the Appellate Division, resulting in a published decision dated April 13, 2015. Fact […]
If you have had a failed relationship that includes children, child support enforcement may be in the best interest of your children.
Since we live in an age where one can procure products and services, as well as check on the status of certain products or services (bank balances, insurance values, investment values, etc.), through the internet, we decided to look at how “internet friendly” our firm is. The findings we came up with were quite surprising. […]
Not too sure where to file for divorce when you live in different states? Here are three factors that will help determine the state of your divorce action.
Divorce mediation is like the Las Vegas of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods. It’s for adults only, and what happens there, stays there. The promise of confidentiality is a cornerstone of mediation. However, there are a few exceptions to confidentiality that participants should be cognizant of before placing their bets on the mediation table. Mediation […]
Did you know that there’s more than one way to get a divorce? Here are your three main options.
You would think that this is stating the obvious, but when it comes to a couple who are transitioning from living and acting as a married couple to being detached from one another legally (and in every other way), it can be a very difficult thing to accept. In fact, it is downright painful and, […]
There are ways to get through the divorce process in an easier manner. Allow yourself to fully feel and express your emotions. Keeping a “stiff upper lip” or bottling up angry feelings prolongs getting over an issue or risks an explosion in the courtroom. I would scream in the car when driving on an isolated […]
Unfortunately, there’s no easy solution to helping your teenager cope with divorce. But if you have built a healthy foundation with them prior to your divorce, it’s likely that your relationship will improve in time.