Avoiding Postmarital Limbo

Avoiding Postmarital Limbo

If this year’s presidential election has taught us anything, it is that none of us need to venture far when looking for a fight. While I have yet to meet with a prospective client looking for a divorce because of election-related marital strife, it has become...

How to Determine Property Division in a Divorce

“It’s just stuff,” you might say – but “stuff” is important.  And it is important in the context of domestic litigation. Dividing property during a divorce can be a difficult task, especially when both spouses share significant assets. A house, retirement plans,...

Build Memories With Those Kids!

In a blog post published last week, Two Can Be Better Than One, I wrote briefly about my own childhood as a byproduct of marital litigation, and in the process I touched upon how I have fond memories of my childhood in both my mother’s house and father’s...

Two Can Be Better Than One

My parents split up when I was about six years old. While bearing witness to marital discord and subsequently being mired in the middle of a separation and divorce is certainly not the recommended path for any child, I can say without equivocation that I am the...

NFL Star Arrest Raises Awareness for Domestic Violence

Another month, another NFL standout has become involved in a domestic violence incident. Back in April, former Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl DB Deion Sanders was allegedly attacked by his estranged wife right in front of his children.  On Sunday, August 12, 2012, former...