No one saw this coming. No one planned for divorce during coronavirus, divorce during quarantine, Zoom meetings for divorce consultations or social distancing in courtrooms. Even in normal circumstances divorce isn’t the same for any two people. The coronavirus pandemic has given everyone some unique stories of pivoting in our new world, and a Texas [...]
We will be closed for the Memorial Day Holiday on Monday, May 29, 2017. We will reopen on May 30, 2017 and look forward to assisting you with your divorce and family law needs. Have a safe and wonderful holiday!
Protecting Assets in Divorce There are two primary parts of divorce law. One part, that is in every divorce, is the area of property, including assets and liabilities. The other part of divorce law is when there are children involved – and not every divorce has children involved. But every divorce will deal with some [...]
Mediation Myths and the Truth Behind Them Mediation is a negotiated settlement conference with an independent person, the mediator, assisting the negotiations between the spouses. The mediator is trained to assist the negotiation toward resolution of the divorce. From a mediator’s perspective, mediation seems to be easily misunderstood and a personal perspective can create a [...]
Benefits of Divorce and Family Law Mediation Mediation isn’t always appreciated. Sometimes it’s seen as one of the stepsisters in Cinderella. I see it in my client’s eyes when I mention it as an alternative to trial or before a hearing or trial. I am a true fan of mediation. Mediation can be used in [...]
Top 3 Questions from Dads in Divorce Have you seen or heard the ads for men going through divorce? I’ve seen and heard quite a few ads directed at men who are going through divorce. It is interesting and a bit odd to me, because not all men have the same concerns any more than [...]
3 Ways to Settle Your Case In light of the recent news that Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries have finally reached a settlement in their divorce proceeding, we decided it was a good time to look at 3 ways to settle your case, without having to go to trial. Informal (“Kitchen Table”) Settlement Agreements – [...]