27 May 2014 0 Comments

“Dad” or Sperm Donor?

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!ShareIn Los Angeles, California, a messy, convoluted custody case weaves between Jason Patric and Danielle Schreiber. Jason Patric, an actor who has starred in roles in films like “The Lost Boys,” “After Dark, My Sweet,” and “Speed 2: Cruise Control” […]

26 May 2014 0 Comments

Settlement Reached in Modern Family Star Guardianship Case

ShareThis past Monday, a settlement was reached in the ongoing guardianship case for actress Ariel Winter. It was ruled that the sixteen-year-old Modern Family star would continue to live with her older sister. The agreement was made when the actress’s mother, Chrisoula Workman, said she would drop the objections as long as her daughter watched […]

23 May 2014 0 Comments

Family conflict – What To Do and What Not To Do

ShareFamily Conflict – What To Do and What Not To Do Are you and your spouse involved in a family conflict?  Do you need help on what to do and what not to do?  It can be of some help to have a family law attorney to serve as guidance in the legal aspect. Some […]

15 May 2014 0 Comments

What the “Date of Separation” means to you?

ShareThe main function of the date of separation is to determine what property belongs to whom, or the property interests. If a spouse purchases a property after the date of separation, that property belongs solely to that spouse. If a spouse purchases a property before the date of separation, then it is considered communal property. […]

14 May 2014 0 Comments

How to “Win” your Divorce?

ShareGoing through a divorce can be a really trying time in most people’s lives. Many may only be able to focus on what they are losing, and subsequently only care about finalizing the divorce as quickly as possible. However, could it be possible to “win” a divorce? As challenging as the process may be, it […]

13 May 2014 0 Comments

What Terms Should Be Included in a Separation Agreement?

ShareA separation agreement is a contract between spouses in which they agree on issues regarding property, finances, and child care. Though a separation agreement is not required by law, having these matters resolved in a legal contract provides stability and harmony for both parties. It is important for each party to have their agreement designed […]

2 May 2014 0 Comments

Tips for Having a Divorce Conversation with Your Family & Friends

ShareGoing through a divorce can be hard enough for anyone, but it seems like when family and friends get involved that conversion can be ten times more difficult to have. You don’t want to upset anyone else, or see yourself more upset, so the question is, how exactly do I have this conversation with my […]

24 April 2014 0 Comments

Can I get an Inexpensive Divorce?

ShareMarriage is still very popular today, but sadly so is divorce. Half of all marriages end in divorce today. Anyone who has had to pay for the wedding and/or the divorce knows it can be pretty expensive. You have alternatives to keeping the costs down. You can use a trained mediator who will draw up […]

23 April 2014 0 Comments

Divorce Mistakes

ShareGoing through a divorce is an overwhelming experience – complete with tons of emotions, emotions you didn’t even know you had, and many tough decisions that need to be made, which can affect us for a long time. Some people decide at the beginning that they will take control of the situation, while others can […]

18 April 2014 0 Comments

Is Collaborative Divorce Right for Me?

ShareMore and more couples are choosing Alternative Dispute Resolution for their divorce – a way of solving their problems without going to court. It can only work when the couple can communicate and work with each other. Divorce is not just the ending of a marriage; it is a life-changing transition which is complex, unfamiliar […]