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Dual-Track Acceleration

Attorney's who believe matrimonial litigation resembles a three-board chess match prepare their cases along some form of "dual track" process. Most clients and attorneys would rather negotiate a settlement than go through the time and expense of a contested trial....

The Team Approach

When you retain an attorney to handle your divorce, you become part of a team. But you aren't the leader. The team is headed by Chief Counsel and Trial Counsel. You, the client, are the central figure in the divorce proceeding, but in these matters you are also a...

The Emotional Stress of Divorce

Everyone who is divorcing brings his or her individual strengths and weaknesses to the case.  Your education, work experience, family background and life experiences, as well as your age, health and financial circumstances, all will shape your lawyer’s strategy. In...

How Long Do Divorces Take?

*​Divorce is a major life change on the same order as marriage or the death of a loved one, but in a much different way. Many people delight in planning a wedding, and it’s a happy occasion. When a loved one dies, it can be wrenching, but most people are with others...

Finding the Best Attorney: Step 1 of 10 Steps

When you realize your marriage has deteriorated beyond repair, the situation may already be affecting your health and mental well-being.  Finding the best divorce attorney can add to the stress, and is one of the steps of divorce.. There are significant differences...

STEPS IN PREPARING FOR A DIVORCE

There are ten steps in which we believe is important to prepare you for interviewing attorneys to represent you. 1.    Reflect on your life; 2.    Talk to family, friends, clergy; 3.    Research names of lawyers; 4.    Prepare for your first conference; 5.    Take a...

DIVORCE – A CHESS MATCH

Similar to the squares of a chess board, a divorce proceeding has different positions, powers, and players.  Imagine like this: The Kings:                The divorcing Husband and Wife, whom the other pieces try to protect. The Queens:            Chief Counsel/Trial...

How We Resolve Divorces Without a Trial

Our law firm created the acronym ​ I.C.E.D. - T, to reach a settlement and avoid a trial. It is imperative to be properly prepared for negotiations that the client with the attorney segregate their assets and liabilities by utilizing I.C.E.D. - T. Identify- your...

HOW TO AVOID COURT LITIGATION OVER CUSTODY

There are several type of custody arrangements such as “sole custody”, “joint custody”, “joint shared custody” and “joint custody – primary residential”.  Each has its own implication. Over the past several years the Courts have evolved into presuming that...