Year: 2015 Articles

The Importance of a Prenup for Everyday Folks

The Importance of a Prenup for Everyday Folks

Not everybody needs a prenuptial agreement, but they serve a purpose for identifying separate property. I’ve written enough of them to know that a prenup is not an anticipation of an eventual divorce. It's just to outline what property you bring into the marriage, so...

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Setting Boundaries: With Your Ex’s Family

Setting Boundaries: With Your Ex’s Family

At this time of year, it can be hard to set boundaries – especially if the people you always celebrated with are no longer in your life. But it is important to be aware of what is appropriate and what is not once you separate or divorce. If you’ve been with somebody...

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Be Careful What You Post

Be Careful What You Post

It’s so easy today to snap a picture and post it for all to see. A beautiful dinner at a posh restaurant. An afternoon apple-picking in a local orchard. The new shoes you bought for your hot date. Oops. Was anyone supposed to know you’re dating already? Will your ex...

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I Am a Super Lawyer

I Am a Super Lawyer

This year, Super Lawyers recognized me and my firm, Transitions Legal, for exemplary service in family law, collaborative law and mediation. As you can probably imagine, I’m thrilled! What an honor. Super Lawyers is a peer selection of the finest, brightest, most...

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Competing With Your Ex

Competing With Your Ex

The cantankerous court proceedings are done. You have your judgment of divorce, which metes out parenting time, custody details, and who gets what holiday. It’s all laid out for you – and now the fun begins. Or so you think. Many divorced parents feel like the real...

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