Tax season is upon us. We are caught up in the bustle of gathering our plethora of forms and receipts. From goods to services and everything in between, there are some tax considerations that intersect with divorce. Whether you recently filed for divorce or are in the midst of considering to file, there are some things that you will want to think about. Continue reading
It has been noted that the number of new clients spikes a few times of the year, but most significantly right after the new year. If one types “New Years Resolution Divorce” into Google, over 540,000 results will accumulate in about .29 seconds. While not all of the search results were on point, many are extremely interesting. Continue reading
The new school year is here, and with it comes the rush of back-to-school preparations. But in the scramble to buy notebooks, #2 pencils, and the perfect pair of sneakers, it’s worth taking a moment to consider your child’s route to school and back again every weekday. Kids travel between home and school in a variety of ways: some are driven by parents, while others take the school bus, walk, or ride a bike. There are benefits to each of these, depending on a family’s situation, but each method comes with its own hazards as well. Considering these possible dangers carefully can help you plan the safest commute possible for your child. Continue reading
Very few issues are as emotionally charged as determining custody and parenting time during a divorce proceeding. Unfortunately, there are many common misconceptions about the determination of custody and parenting time.