On Father’s Day, your stepchildren are probably going to spend part or all of the day with their natural father – not you. Is this good or bad news for a stepfather?
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Not being scheduled to have the kids on Father’s Day after divorce is a problem that should be resolvable. Here’s what you can do.
Divorce attorneys and judges are helping people at the worst times in their lives. Kind leadership from a good judge is helpful through the divorce process.
Lately, I have been thinking about whether the Trump presidency will have any impact on the various issues that we as family law attorneys and the public are faced with when dealing with divorce, custody, and other personal issues. The following are some questions and thoughts on this issue. 8 Things a Trump Presidency Can […]
Many years ago, divorce in most of the U.S. was based upon fault. Today, we take a look at how divorce law has changed those rules since then.
I have written in the past about the fact that we are a melting pot with people from all over the world ending up in the United States. Lately, with the presidential race reaching its peak of ugliness, I have seen a lot of hatred and animosity towards people of different racial, religious, and ethnic […]
The more toxic an ex-spouse is, the more problems there will be moving forward, especially if there are minor children.
Over the years, I have represented many clients who are going through a second or third divorce. My record is representing a woman for her sixth and seventh divorces. One would think that someone would learn from one or two mistakes and not repeat them, but that is not always the case. Some people never […]
There are many causes of infidelity in a marriage, but among our modern society of instant gratification, these are the most common.
In marriage and divorce, there is no “one size fits all.” I have had cases over the years where couples have lived like ships passing in the night for many years. They will have little or no communication and no intimacy for years. Every situation is different. I often have people come in to ask […]