Community Property is the Family Law that applies to divorce in nine states: Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin. In this article we provide an overview of how Community Property works in divorce.
Equitable Distribution of property is the Family Law that applies to divorce in all but nine states. In this article we touch on the factors courts consider when determining divorce settlements in these states.
Financial support for the children. Who pays? How much is paid? For how long is it paid? What does child support pay for? What are Add-ons? This article provides an overview of child support and additional child-related expenses known as "add-ons."
When you learn that your spouse has consulted a lawyer, it can be scary and make you feel as if they are plotting to take advantage of you, but meeting with an expert and learning more about the process is the most important thing both spouses can do.
The freedom from routine and structure that we love about summer isn’t always as welcome when in the middle of a divorce. Summer introduces a whole new set of challenges that for medium and high conflict families can bring even more chaos to the day-to-day experience of divorce.
Divorce is about money and children. But, not just in the abstract, it is about your money and your children – your family. There simply isn’t a structure that can optimally design a financially and emotionally healthy future for a family better than the two parents.