Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Congress recently passed a new tax law that President Trump enthusiastically signed. This new tax law, called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2018, or TCJA, affects everyone in some way. Some of the effects will be a surprise for some people, as they […]
If you are ever involved in a lawsuit, a divorce, or subpoenaed as a witness in any kind of case, you will likely have to testify, either in open court or at deposition, or sometimes both. This is a daunting experience for most people, and rightly so. We have all seen courtroom dramas where the […]
Please watch my video where I cover some basic elements of child support.
In a previous blog post (What’s The Difference Between “Custody” and “Placement,” And Why You Should Care, 5/16/2016), I explained that certain kinds of parental decisions people make concerning their children are an exercise of their custodial rights. I listed the six different categories of custodial decisions, and said that I would go into more […]
By far the biggest area of litigation in divorce law involves fighting over the kids. This should not be surprising, as our children’s’ wellbeing tends to be vastly more important and emotional to most parents than who gets the riding lawnmower. The failsafe way to resolve a dispute over an asset is to sell it […]