How does Spousal Support Work in a Divorce?

Once divorcing couples begin living in separate households, they need to determine how their respective expenses will be paid. If either does not have sufficient income or other resources to cover their expenses, that spouse may have the ability to ask to receive...

Parenting by Agreement: The New Normal For Divorced Parents

By keeping agreements in divorcing families it is possible to repair trust between parents. Most parents considering divorce have lost the ability to communicate effectively, goodwill is gone and trust obliterated. Creating a financial settlement and parenting plan is...

How to Deescalate Conflict in a Divorce

It is often said that a divorce is 95% emotional and only 5% legal.  A divorce is a life crisis, with intense emotional reactions, such as anger, fear, guilt, and despair. In the midst of this emotional soup, you must make huge decisions regarding your finances and...