Category: Alimony

What is a Snapshot Support Calculation?

June 21, 2021

Deciding who pays what and how much during a divorce can get complicated. When it comes to addressing reciprocal support orders, could a snapshot support calculation be the right thing for you? The court has […]

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This ONE word in your divorce agreement comes with a huge risk- don’t ignore it.

December 21, 2019

You may be surprised to hear that most divorces ultimately end with an agreement on all issues; very few cases go to trial. However, there is ONE WORD in a divorce agreement that most laypeople […]

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Divorce Ever After: Legal things to keep in mind long after your divorce

December 23, 2018

A divorce can feel like a liberating experience once legal proceedings are finalized. Many people leave our office for the last time with the feeling that the past is behind them, and nothing but opportunities […]

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You can start over without harming your children in the process

March 18, 2018

Dealing with divorce and protecting your children at the same time It is not uncommon for a divorced or divorcing individual at some point in his or her life, either during or after divorce, to […]

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Looking Forward: A helpful guide to envisioning your life after the divorce

March 11, 2018

How will I see my divorce in 20 years?  What will I wish I had done differently, and what will I be glad I did?  How will it feel? Here are some things you can […]

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The perfect client is there to help themselves through a divorce

February 11, 2018

Divorce is messy, overwhelming, scary, and hard. A qualified attorney can help clients navigate the process, but the most successful divorces occur when clients help themselves. Here are the things we strongly recommend to anyone […]

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Debunking myths: 5 frustrating realities about divorce

January 21, 2018

There are no punitive damages. Not for extra-marital affairs, not for being the spouse seeking the divorce, and generally not for other conduct unless it has a significant impact on the health or finances of […]

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Why alimony isn’t always “bad”

May 21, 2017

Alimony is not always a “bad word.” It has a legitimate purpose and function for recipients (men and women) who have no ability to support themselves for any number of reasons. Medical problems, advanced age […]

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