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Don’t Worry: Your Spouse Cannot Hide Money in Cryptocurrency

Author: Alexis Connors

It’s easy to be intimidated by the word “cryptocurrency,” especially if you fear your soon-to-be ex-spouse is hiding money in a digital underworld that operates outside of government boundaries. According to Investopedia, “A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that is secured by cryptography, which makes it nearly impossible to counterfeit or double-spend.” The key here Read More

What Happens to Inherited Assets in a Divorce?

Author: Caitlyn Kerr

Money can be a major stress point in a divorce, especially when it involves funds and assets that have been inherited. It makes sense. Perhaps your parents, grandparents or other loved ones left you a sizeable inheritance. If you are contemplating or going through a divorce, you may ask, “My spouse can’t get their hands Read More

What’s Behind That Huge Checklist in Your Divorce Case

Author: Alexis Connors

When we first meet potential divorce clients, we ask what brings them to our office. The answer – including why someone wants a divorce or is considering it – gives us the first idea of how we best can represent them. Over the course of the majority of divorce cases, clients will be asked to Read More

Adultery: A Big Word with Limited Impact in Divorce Cases

In many of the divorce cases that our team handles, unfortunately, adultery plays a role. Sometimes it follows struggles within a marriage, such as when a married couple hadn’t been intimate in years. Sometimes it’s shattering, as one spouse cheats while the other thought they were in a happy marriage. While the emotional and psychological Read More

Communication Is Key in Marriage, But Also in Divorce

When in law school, I didn’t aim specifically for a career representing parents and spouses in disputes over divorce terms, alimony, and child custody. I graduated in 2008, just as the Great Recession was starting, and was fortunate to find a job as a law clerk for a family court judge in my hometown of Read More

Creating a Smooth Holiday Season for Your Children During and After Divorce

The 2021 holiday season will, for many families, be the first taste of “back to normal” following the COVID-19 pandemic. With parents wanting to return to holiday traditions, out-of-town travel, family dinners and other festivities, it can be a challenge for those divorcing or recently divorced to establish new routines in a year like no Read More

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