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When a custody agreement is first created during a divorce, one parent will likely have the child more than 50-percent of the time. This parent is considered to have physical or legal custody, meaning that they spend the majority of the time with the child and make all of the important decisions regarding the child’s…

There are many situations during a divorce in which one spouse will try to falsify information regarding his or her income in order to walk away with a better outcome than they would have if they were truthful. For example, a former spouse may lie about the amount of money they make so they will…

When you and your spouse are married, of course, you will have obtained a number of assets together. If you have purchased a home together, that is considered marital property. If you have purchased a car together, that is also considered marital property. It can be anything from monetary funds, pensions, a timeshare, a boat,…

There are many situations in which a couple who wishes to get a divorce has over $1 million in marital assets. This is known as a high net worth divorce because there is a lot of property and money on the line. This type of divorce can be handled in mediation but it is always…

When you feel unsafe as a result of domestic violence in your marriage, one of your options is to get a restraining order. There are two types of restraining orders; temporary and final. The court takes domestic violence very seriously and will do what it can to protect you from abuse by a spouse. This…

There are many factors that must be determined when a couple gets a divorce through mediation. One of those factors is equitable distribution, also known as the division of assets. Who gets the house? Who gets the car? Any property that was acquired throughout the course of the marriage must be divided between the couple….

Grandparents can be a very important figure in a child’s life and play a major role in providing them with care. However, when a child’s parents get divorced, there may be situations in which the parents of the non-custodial parent are denied visitation rights after the custody agreement is made. The grandparents can go to…

When potential clients come to me and want to know more about mediation, they often ask if this process is cheaper than a litigated divorce. The answer here is yes, generally. The reason for this is because you can avoid court fees and you really don’t even need to have an attorney. This saves both…

There are some circumstances in which one spouse has a significantly greater income than the other spouse but they are going to get a divorce. This can result in an unfair advantage for the spouse that has more money in their name because they may have the ability to hire a more experienced and successful…

There are some circumstances in which one spouse has a significantly greater income than the other spouse but they are going to get a divorce. This can result in an unfair advantage for the spouse that has more money in their name because they may have the ability to hire a more experienced and successful…

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