Dads Can Do It Too- Being Primary: Guest Blog from a Former Client

I am a dad of 3 daughters. No big deal, right? There are lots of dads with daughters. I am single. Still no big deal. With the divorce rate so high, there are plenty of divorced dads with daughters. Between … Continue reading

10 Questions To Ponder Before Your Initial Divorce Consultation  

Tomorrow, Jessica Perroni is appearing on “The Jury Is Out” on KVIG Radio to discuss this… By: Jessica Perroni and Heather White What percentage of your cases are in the county where I live? Generally speaking, if you are planning … Continue reading

10 Reasons that You Should Not Represent Yourself in Divorce: Doing it Right the First Time and the Pitfalls of “No Contest” Divorces

There are somethings you can afford to cross your fingers and hope to get right without much effort.  Divorce is not one of them.  Too often, I get hired to “fix” the wrongs of a couple who thought (admirably so), … Continue reading

5 Suprising Lessons I Learned from My Own Divorce

Behind the scenes: divorce lawyer turned client and how it impacts my practice to make divorce easier for my clients.

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5 Reasons Why There are No Winners In Divorce

No one can declare victory in divorce. One party may get more custody or more money, but nobody wins. You once had something whole, and now it is divided. Whether that is half of your 401k or half of your children’s time, you … Continue reading

Sleeping With the Enemy: Saving Your Family After an Affair

The following blog was originally published by Natalie Gregg on The Huffington Post – Divorce. Your spouse was the person who completed you, who finished your sentences and who was the first you told of any major change. For so … Continue reading

The Top Three Concerns of Divorcing Moms

As a working mother, I understand that the parenting responsibilities placed on a mom are often substantially different than those borne by the father. While our society has mostly embraced women in the workplace, it continues to place the majority … Continue reading

Father’s Rights in Divorce: Myths and Facts

In my family law practice, the vast majority of the fathers whom I have represented want to remain actively involved as parents after their divorce has been settled. Very few want to sever ties with their children, even when they … Continue reading

The Top Five Questions that I Am Asked about Divorce

One of the heaviest doors to open is the one that leads into your first meeting with a divorce lawyer. In addition to all of the emotional stress that you carry, there are a seemingly endless number of questions that … Continue reading

Top Ten Questions Asked at First Consult for Divorce

One of the heaviest doors to open is the one that leads into your first meeting with a divorce lawyer. In addition to all of the emotional stress that you carry, there are a seemingly endless number of questions that … Continue reading