Monthly Archives: December 2015

December 21, 2015

For Better or For Worse: Marriage According to the Simpsons, Part I

Categories: DivorceMental Health

I’ve been thinking about how much challenge it can be to make a marriage work and keep it working. That had me start thinking about one of America’s most dysfunctional couples who happen the be a pretty good model what Continue reading…

December 16, 2015

Anxiety with My First Collaborative Case

This is my first blog post in a number of months.  Though I am an attorney (which requires a certain amount of writing) and even once fancied myself a writer for film and television, the truth is that writing does Continue reading…

December 15, 2015

Consultation to Learn About Collaborative Law

Many collaborative law attorneys offer a free consult – 30-60 minutes to meet your potential new attorney and get some questions answered. The consult serves two main purposes: learn about your options and get to know your potential attorney. Until you have Continue reading…

December 14, 2015

Grieving During the Holiday Season

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and all of the holiday season seen through the eyes of a child is a magical time. After all, we hear that “it’s the most wonderful time of the year,” from a very young age. It’s as we Continue reading…

December 10, 2015

What Happens After Divorce?

An entry of divorce is a big step in the process. However, there is often a lot of follow-up needed to make everything final.  Here are some of the things that need to be addressed post-divorce: Certified copies.  You should Continue reading…

December 8, 2015

Tax Tips: Divorce and Name Changes; 5 Action Steps

Being in the tax season moment, my next few blogs will address some common tax issues and implications resulting from divorce. The first issue/implication I will write about are name changes. It is quite common for a spouse going through Continue reading…

December 7, 2015

Don’t Divorce Me! An HBO Special

Categories: Children in DivorceDivorceParents

Late night browsing on HBO recently brought me to a refreshing and wonderfully honest documentary on kids of divorce. The 30-minute film focuses on children who have recently gone through divorce – it asks them questions and captures their honest Continue reading…

December 1, 2015

How Long Should You Keep Important Documents and Records?

It will really help your efforts to organize your financial affairs if you know how long you need to keep statements or documents. A survey by Consumer Reports showed that only 40% of respondents thought that they could find a Continue reading…