Hostile Comments from Your Ex?

As a family lawyer, I am often asked to share my experience on what I see to be the most productive ways to communicate with someone who might not be on the same page as a co-parent. Today, I read this this blog post (by a professional who, judging by his credentials, is trained as […]

What is a “Wall”?

If I am a seller of a home, do I need to disclose in a Real Estate Condition Report that a one-brick-high barrier around my flower bed is missing bricks? Any Real Estate Condition Report requires a disclosure of “known defects” of the walls. Ok, but is my one-brick-high barrier a wall? Practically it does not make sense, but legally?

Good News for Obtaining Client Health Care Records

I have often encountered a situation where I had to order my client’s or a child’s health care records. Depending on an institution, fees for certification and retrieval of these records could amount to hundreds of dollars. And that is only one source.

Prenuptial Agreements: Coming Together … Smarter

Prenuptial Agreeement

As a divorce lawyer, I am very curious about general psychological aspects of people getting together and coming apart. Divorce rates are very high. Now, there is even an idea that dissolution of marriage may be contagious.