5 Tips to Help You Through a Divorce Deposition
A deposition is witness’s sworn out-of-court testimony. It used to gather information as part of the discovery process and may be used at trial in some circumstances. If you are going through a divorce, there may come a point when your deposition will be taken. You will be placed under oath by a court reporter […]Read more
April Is Autism Awareness Month
April is Autism Awareness Month in the United States. Last year, Sesame Street recognized the importance of teaching children about autism by introducing Julia, the first Muppet with autism. Although Julia is the first Muppet with autism, she is not the first Muppet with special needs. In the past, Sesame Street showcased Muppets with various […]Read more
Coping with Divorce… in Spring!
Spring is officially here! Hopefully the nor’easters are behind us for good, and warmer weather is right around the corner. Dealing with divorce can be incredibly challenging for the entire family. Spending time with your children is a great way to get your mind off of the stresses of divorce. When exercising their parenting time, […]Read more
What Does Facebook Know About Us?
Are you on Facebook? What about your spouse or your former spouse? The latest revelations and accusations about the data collected by Facebook should interest you and make you wonder how that information could be used by, or against, you in a divorce proceeding. If this makes you wonder what minefields or treasures await you, […]Read more
5 Tips For Tax Day If You Are Getting Divorced
Tuesday, April 17th is almost here. If you are contemplating divorce or you are getting divorced, questions regarding your taxes are sure to be prevalent as you go through the process, especially in light of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA). Here are 5 tips to help you understand and navigate the […]Read more