Year: 2013 Articles

Depositions in Divorce: Helpful or Hurtful?

Husband, wife, two attorneys and a court reporter walk into the room . . . “and that’s what she said.” For some this might sound like the beginning of a joke. A relatively “good” divorce (yes, it’s possible!), is based on transparency and full disclosure.  When...

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Life is a Series of Transitions

Many clients come to me post-divorce looking for help with issues that arise after the divorce is final. It may be immediately after or years later, and issues can range from technical details, like having a retirement plan divided, to more emotional ones like dealing...

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(Mediative) – What Does That Mean?

(Mediative) – What Does That Mean?

I practice mediative divorce law. What exactly does it mean to be mediative? Glad you asked. Mediative is an approach and a mindset to know that our first goal is to collaborate and work with the other side, cooperatively. You can’t always do it, but you should start...

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