who is at fault for divorce

When It Matters Whose Fault the Divorce Is

Clients often ask me if they can be awarded more money when the divorce is their spouse’s fault. When one spouse has been betrayed, lied to, or does not want the marriage to end, he or she may feel entitled to more support (a.k.a maintenance Read more

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Is Mental Illness Affecting Your Divorce?

Millions of Americans suffer from some kind of mental illness. And a significant number of them are involved in troubled marriages that result in divorce. We have represented many clients who either had mental illness or had spouses with mental illness, and it can make Read more

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The Power of a Post Nuptial Agreement

Who needs a post nuptial agreement? What happens when a couple starts negotiating a prenuptial agreement too close to the wedding date and cannot agree on all the terms? Or they have been married for a long time, but disagree on how to manage their Read more

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Parental Alienation: A Heartache for Parent and Child

What is parental alienation? Usually starting after a bitter divorce, it is when one parent’s behavior damages or destroys the relationship between a child and the child’s other parent. In a severe case, the alienating parent and child work together to vilify the other parent. According Read more

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How to Choose an Attorney for Your Divorce

Divorce is a life-changing event, and it can involve numerous people:  children, therapists, accountants, family members, and attorneys. Your attorney is a crucial player in the divorce process, and since this may be your first time working with an attorney, it’s important to choose one Read more