I met a policeman last week. He has been divorced 8 years and his youngest child just turned 18 after graduating high school. His child support orders are through, over! He spent a little time discussing the divorce process with me. He and his wife each had their own lawyers, and they each spent quiteContinue reading “Being the Best You In a Divorce”
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Which Costs More – Following or Ignoring Your Attorney’s Advice?
When your lawyer says, “Don’t take his calls for a while; let things cool off, first.” If the next thing you do is answer an angry phone call from your divorcing husband you are likely to find yourself in the middle of an expensive issue that may not have even existed until you answered theContinue reading “Which Costs More – Following or Ignoring Your Attorney’s Advice?”
Custody, Visitation, Residency, and Child Support
I spoke with a young man today; we’ll call him “Herman.” Herman is happily married with two pre-school age children from this marriage. He also has a 14 year old son from a prior relationship. We’ll call the son “Anthony,” and his mother “Tina.” Tina and Herman were never married; I’m not even sure theyContinue reading “Custody, Visitation, Residency, and Child Support”