New Holiday Traditions While Divorcing

New Holiday Traditions While Divorcing

Holidays can be difficult for children during a divorce.  To ease the pain, establish new traditions for you and your children to enjoy over the holidays.  New Christmas activities will bring you and your children together and give them joy during this trying time. ...
The History of Divorce – Part 4

The History of Divorce – Part 4

During the 11th Century, Pope Gregory VII excommunicated all Eastern Orthodox Christians because he was competing with the head of the Eastern Catholic Church for Papal power.  The Eastern Orthodox Church never adopted the view that celibacy is the preferred way of...
‘Til Death Us Do Part

‘Til Death Us Do Part

‘Til Death Us Do Part – The Unintentional Fulfillment of Their Marital Vows, Even After their Divorce A former client called me today to ask what to do with regard to child support since her ex-spouse had died.  After I told her, she thanked me for my help in their...
Using the “F” Word In Divorce

Using the “F” Word In Divorce

In a divorce case, we have a rule about not using the “F’ word.  No, it is not that word, but it is the word “Fair”.  Everyone wants a fair divorce settlement, but exactly what’s “fair”?   There are two major issues that must be resolved in any divorce–how to divide...