By Jake M. Lustig “I told you this was a bad idea.” “You know what, Ken? A bad idea would be to let your client walk outta here today and drag this thing out for another year, wasting more time
Approximately 50 percent of marriages in the United States and other developed nations end in divorce. The U.S. Census Bureau divorce statistics from 2012 are as follows for first, second, and third marriages: 41 percent of first marriages end in
Collaborative divorce is a private, voluntary, non-adversarial, and contractual agreement to resolve a dissolution of marriage without involving the courts. Think of collaborative divorce as long-term mediation and settlement discussions. If all goes well and the parties reach an agreement,
Lift Up As we approach our firm’s third anniversary this week, we, at Woody Law Firm, have taken time to reflect on our work in the community and, especially, our work with clients. We are so grateful for the opportunity
What is Step-Parent Adoption? By James H. Delman It’s been reported that 40% of American adults have at least one step-relative in their family – either a stepparent, step or half sibling or step child. Thus, the step-parent – step-child
More of your top divorce questions, answered! In this Part II, we discuss how spousal maintenance and child support are calculated, whether infidelity is likely to impact your property division or custody arrangements, and other frequently asked questions. I’m Considering
Your Divorce Questions Answered (Part II – Children and Families): Interview with Kristen Hick, Psychologist and Divorce Specialist If you are just tuning in, in Part I, we covered what to expect and how to prepare yourself for the divorce
Article: Your top Divorce Questions Answered by Danaé D. Woody for Center for Shared Insight.
“Men’s Rights” in Colorado? by Jake M. Lustig
Your Divorce Questions Answered (Part I): Interview with Kristen Hick, Psychologist and Divorce Specialist
What is the most important tip to prepare for the divorce process?