“Emergency” Custody Modifications

So your divorce has been finalized and your spouse has primary custody of your child. Things are fine at first but then you start noticing changes in your child. When he comes over for visits he is not the sweet boy you used to know, he acts out, talks back, and gets...

Adoption & Divorce

Couples are generally not envisioning a divorce when adopting a child, and adoptive parents are no more likely than others to file for divorce. In fact, they may be less likely simply due to the adoption process. Generally prospective adoptive parents are put through...

Financial Planning after your Divorce

A divorce can have an impact on both parties financially, and usually does. In addition to the potential loss of your spouse’s income, you can also lose retirement benefits and income due to alimony, child support, insurance costs, etc. There are a few steps you...