Year: 2021 Articles

The Challenges of Virtual Lawyering

The Challenges of Virtual Lawyering

We are more than a year into pandemic protocols of varying levels, and one thing that seems here to stay is a reliance on Zoom and other virtual technologies that let us connect from a distance. That’s a good thing, right? We can get our work done, see people’s...

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The Freedom You’ll Find After a Divorce

The Freedom You’ll Find After a Divorce

For many people, divorce means freedom. Freedom from an overbearing or underwhelming relationship. Freedom from the obligations to please a person they just can’t please. Freedom from the trappings of a go-nowhere relationship. Freedom to become who they feel they are...

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Protecting Your Assets

Protecting Your Assets

We live in a land of fairy tales. Think of all the movies and popular culture stories of happily ever after, true love, soulmates and other tropes that lead us to believe from a very young age that love is easy, love lasts forever, and everyone has the other person’s...

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What is Medicaid Divorce?

What is Medicaid Divorce?

In the past few years, I’ve learned about Medicaid Divorce as a part of my Gray Divorce practice. It’s complicated and sort of rare, but it’s definitely happening, so I thought it would be a good time to introduce this concept during Older Americans Month. Medicaid...

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Divorce After 50: The Phenomenon of Gray Divorce

Divorce After 50: The Phenomenon of Gray Divorce

As people live longer, and more independently, it’s no wonder we’re seeing a trend of rising divorce rates for Americans older than 50. It used to be that once a couple passed several decades together, they were in it until the end. Not so anymore. Today, a marriage...

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