Category Archives: Communication

Divorcing Parents of Special Needs Children – Part 2: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

{5:01 minutes to read} In our first article we discussed: 1) what divorcing parents of a child with special needs should know about structuring a settlement agreement; 2) how a Supplemental Needs Trust needs to be addressed in the Agreement to ensure … Continue reading

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Prenuptial Agreements Part 1: Benefits and Advantages

No longer reserved for the rich, prenuptial agreements are becoming common place as long-standing taboos fall by the wayside. Increasingly, the happily engaged and newly wed understand the importance of having a road map should their marriage dissolve, based not … Continue reading

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7 Tips for a Successful Settlement Conference

The settlement conference presents an important opportunity for you and your spouse to settle your differences, financial and otherwise, without the need to set foot in a courtroom. The following are 7 tips for a successful settlement conference: Make sure … Continue reading

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Divorce Perspectives: A Proactive and Personalized Approach

It’s a cliché, admittedly. But the old adage that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” rings particularly true when it comes to divorce. Even if an individual has the best of intentions, with emotions running high, … Continue reading

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