While it is overwhelmingly women who have financial problems moving forward during and after divorce, the reality is that the financially dependent spouse has more problems in the future. If you are a financially dependent spouse, the best way to move forward is to gain skills to become financially independent, if possible, at your first opportunity. Easier said than done, too. ... See MoreSee Less
If you are considering a collaborative divorce, think again. Collaborative divorce is almost never truly "collaborative" in the common sense of the word, is very expensive, and if your case doe not settle, every single person who is part of the collaborative process is required to abandon you?
Think about that for a long moment.
If collaborative law does not work, you have to start over agains from the beginning with an entirely new team, including a new attorney.
That makes absolutely no sense. I call it abandoning a client without cause, especially a client who has a great relationship with his or her attorney. ... See MoreSee Less
On November 2 of this year, if you are a practicing attorney, member of the judiciary or a financial professional, you will learn more in a morning about how to try an alimony case under the new tax law than you can imagine! ... See MoreSee Less