Child Custody and Extracurricular Activities

With spring upon us and summer quickly approaching, now is a time where a lot of kids shake off the dust of winter and enjoy the warmer weather by getting involved in various extracurricular activities.  Whether its soccer, baseball, softball, [...Read More]


The IRS has a longstanding program that provides “awards” to persons who advise them of persons and entities that are not properly reporting and paying their taxes.  The program is geared toward large cases (tax, penalty, etc. exceeds $2 million [...Read More]

Experts in Family Law Cases

Sometimes in family law cases, an outside expert is necessary to assist the parties or the court in resolving a divorce, support or custody matter. For example, in a divorce, the parties typically own a residence and may disagree as [...Read More]

National Get Over It Day on March 9th

March 9th is National Get Over It Day. The impetus behind National Get Over It Day is fairly self-explanatory. If there has been something bothering you, you are to use the day to overcome the issue. National Get Over It [...Read More]

Student Loans & College Financial Aid Planning For Parents

The purpose of this blog is to discuss the options for parents seeking financial aid for their students.   FAFSA stands for the Free Federal Student Aid Forms.  Every parent seeking financial aid for their college student is required to fill [...Read More]

National Girls and Women in Sports Day

During the month of February, we celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day (February 6).  Having been a high school and college athlete, recognizing women in sports, both as players and coaches is something I value. Recently, I decided [...Read More]

Too Cold to Go Outside? Use the Cold to Your Advantage!

During the dreary winter months when you are not interested in going outside because it is freezing cold, sleeting and snowing, make use of the time to review your personal financial matters. Every winter is a great time to review [...Read More]

Free Seminar: Paying for College – A Parent’s Guide

Paying for College – A Parent’s Guide FAFSA – What you should know before you file it. Resource for paying for college – Are Parent Plus loans a good idea? Who is responsible for payment? College Students – Financially dependent [...Read More]

Mediation – an Inside Look

What is mediation? Mediation is a voluntary, alternative dispute resolution process in which a neutral third party is appointed to assist the parties in reaching a mutually agreeable settlement.  Mediation can be used in the following family law cases: divorce, [...Read More]

Those Hangover Blues

Yes, I caught your attention, but I wasn’t talking about hangovers related to holiday partying.  Rather, I am talking about hangovers caused by holiday overspending. This is a good time of year to assess your financial situation.  Do you have [...Read More]