Tag Archives: finances

The Rise of Parentage Cases and Collaborative Co-Parenting

“First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage”? That’s not the case for the 40% of births in the United States occurring to women who are either solo mothers or living with a nonmarital partner.* Unmarried parenthood has increased substantially over the past few decades. Today, approximately twenty-five percent […]

What You Should Know About Your Finances and Divorce

There are many avenues in which you can take to reach a final divorce agreement, but not all of them have to completely wreck your finances and drag your family through a brutal court case. A collaborative dissolution is the best way to minimize collateral damage on both sides. It deals with the family as […]

Secrets To Not Letting the Holidays Wreck Your Finances

When you are in the midst of a marital separation, the holidays can be extremely stressful, not only emotionally, but financially as well. Often, we find that our clients feel that in order to make a fantastic Christmas, they need to have a holiday filled with over-the-top gift-giving to help cover up and ease the […]