The Dangers of DIY Legal Documents

There’s a growing market for online legal documents and a large number of DIY legal forms available today; everything from DIY divorces, wills, and trusts to agreements for businesses.  With the wealth of DIY information and online templates available to [...Read More]

National Beer Day

In honor of National Beer Day (April 7th), I am taking this opportunity to draft a blog on a non-legal subject. Beer is one of my passions. One that is shared by many Americans, and indeed, many people around the world. I [...Read More]

Time for a Spring Custody Checkup

As spring and summer approach, it is time to pull out your custody agreements and orders to refresh your recollection regarding precisely what your schedule provides for. Too often parents become complacent about the schedule. You have almost made it [...Read More]

Home Occupations

In this fast-paced world of changing jobs and work situations, have you ever considered being your own boss?  If you have the entrepreneurial spirit and would like to work for yourself, you may be the type of person that would [...Read More]

Who Gets the Dog?

In reading the last blog on our website (Providing for Our Pets – In Sickness and in Health), it reminded me of how often a pet can become an unexpected part of a divorce.  Most pet owners, myself included, view [...Read More]

Legal documents every woman needs

As published in Woman Newspapers, March & April 2018 edition. Financial security is the goal of every woman. Legal security is just as important to ensure that you and your assets are protected in the event of a disabling event [...Read More]

Providing for Our Pets – In Sickness and in Health

On February 20th, pet lovers everywhere will observe National Love Your Pet Day.  This day is set aside to give extra attention to and pamper your pets.  It is also a good day to focus on the special relationship that [...Read More]

The month after…

As published in the January/February 2018 edition of Woman Newspapers. The thought of separation or divorce can be both difficult and frightening. What will happen to the house? Who will be responsible for paying the bills? How will I pay my credit [...Read More]

Tax Act and Jobs Act – Its Impact on Child and Spousal Support

As part of our ongoing commentary on the impact of the recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (hereinafter the Act) which will take effect beginning in the 2018 tax year, this article will continue to review some of the [...Read More]

Bankruptcy & Retirement Assets

Are my retirement assets protected in bankruptcy? As many of our firm’s regular readers know, we have a continuing blog series on commonly asked questions in bankruptcy.  Now that we are beginning a new year, many of you may be [...Read More]