Vaccinations and Child Custody

As of today, there is no federal law that mandates child vaccinations. Vaccination laws are dependent upon each state, although most require vaccinations in order to attend public school. These vaccinations include diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, measles and rubella, and … Continued

Read More

What Is High-Conflict Divorce?

A high-conflict divorce comes from individuals with a high-conflict personality. A high-conflict personality is no layman’s term. In fact, a high-conflict personality characterizes people who tend to be more dramatic, emotional, or erratic. These characteristics adversely affect a person’s interrelationships … Continued

Read More

Post-Divorce Mortgage Advice

When your marriage ends, this doesn’t mean your mortgage has to. Several couples are interested in keeping the family home after divorce for emotional and financial reasons. While it may take some negotiating, it is best when individuals work together, … Continued

Read More

How Is Property Division Later in Life Unique?

Divorce happens. In today’s world, age doesn’t matter. Young and older couples alike experience divorce. The difference is that younger couples have potentially more years ahead of them from which to bounce back from a divorce and create financial security. … Continued

Read More