July 12

8 Myths About Divorce

Whether you get some advice from a family member or have made some assumptions of your own, there are a lot of misconceptions swirling around the subject of divorce. Family law attorneys hear it all and often find clients making statements that simply aren’t true, or are based on outdated laws. Here are some common.

June 14

The Intersection of Domestic Violence and Divorce

Unfortunately, there are some divorce cases that result from domestic violence. There are some specific things you can do to protect yourself from domestic violence. In addition, make sure your attorney is aware of the situation because any instance of domestic violence may affect your divorce case and you divorce attorney can help walk you.

February 9

7 Places to Get Community Support During Your Divorce

1. Get professional help. Choose a lawyer to guide you through the divorce process and ensure you and your children are cared for now and in the future. Consider a therapist to help you and your children navigate the emotions and trials of the separation and divorce. Your lawyer may know a good family therapist.

January 12

Do I Need a Lawyer if I’m Getting a Divorce?

At first glance, getting a divorce may not seem that complicated. At the core, you need to file some paperwork, file some more paperwork, and maybe make an appearance in court. If you and your spouse agree on the terms, you may wonder if you even need a divorce lawyer. Unfortunately, divorce is more complicated.