As the holidays wind down, statistics show that the start of the New Year brings a spike in the number of new divorce filings. In fact, divorce lawyers call the first working Monday in January “Divorce Day,” due to the increased number of calls. Best estimates reveal that one in five married couples is considering divorce after the holidays Continue reading “Top 5 Tips: How To Prepare For Your Divorce In The New Year”
This holiday season, you are thinking: “Just one more time.” One more time around your mother-in-law’s nasty snide comments; one more draining day of yule-tide “merriment”; and one last New Year’s hurrah. After the confetti settles, the weight of the relationship will be too much. In fact, the stress could do you in. So you will say “never again,” and spend the next year (or more) getting divorced. And you are not alone. Continue reading “Waiting for the Holidays to Divorce? You Aren’t Alone.”
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Divorce is a complex and painful process. Image if everything happening in your divorce case was being published by the media. The public’s right to know allows the media to have open access to courtrooms (this is a 1st Amendment Constitutional right). As a former journalist, I definitely value the right of the public to monitor the courts. Continue reading “When The Daily News Is Involved In Your Divorce”