Month

September 2015
Yes, alimony is still a thing. And yes it can be rehabilitative or go on until an order changes it or it runs out. While the general concept of alimony is pretty common knowledge, many don’t realize that it can be paid to more than one person at a time. In some ‘rebound’ marriage divorces,...
Read More
Only a fraction of the states other than Texas are considered community property states. Since the majority of states do not deem property acquired during marriage to be equally divisible, there is a certain level of ambiguity surrounding the division of property during a divorce in Texas. Most states equitably distribute property acquired during a...
Read More
If you are in the middle of a divorce or know divorce is looming, you may be wondering about the financial impact it can have on you and your soon to be ex. If you are among the group of high asset couples, your risk to lose or gain may be substantially greater than most....
Read More
So you’ve made it through your divorce and the custody battle. With the help of your dedicated attorney you actually fared pretty well. Now it’s time to plan for your future. Part of planning that future is considering what would happen to the children you fought so hard for if you weren’t around. Many times,...
Read More
For many couples, the natural progression of their relationship takes them through marriage and onto parenthood. While traveling down relationship road, most people expect a few bumps along the way. Although many couples may look to their future bundles of joy as a sign of perpetual happiness, it may be shocking to find out that...
Read More
There isn’t anything we wouldn’t do for our children. When their safety is at risk, most parents would consider their protection a do or die situation. For one Nebraska man, his attempts to keep his daughters safe have left him without hope and struggling to make sense of the situation. A Nebraska father sought custody...
Read More