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When children are not seeing both parents during and after a divorce, it not only hurts the non-custodial parent, but the children suffer as well.  Th...

Both parents need to be involved and realize that their behavior affects the children

May 30, 2017

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April 10, 2019

Found this article today on the SAS for Woman website, who specializes on coaching women through their divorces.  I wanted to share the article.

Once we get married, most of us assume that we’ll spend the rest of our life with that person. We’re in love, we  have kids a...

December 7, 2017

You and/or your spouse have decided to end your marriage.  This was a decision made by an adult or two adults. Your children did not make this decision. Your children did not decide to break up a family and change the family dynamics; your children did not decide that...

November 13, 2017

Click on "read more" and then on the picture to listen to the interview.


August 24, 2017

When a party commences an action for a divorce action, in addition to the summons with notice, the party must also serve a notice of Automatic Restraining Orders.  These Orders direct both parties that they are restrained from depleting or transferring assets until the...

Often times you hear people say that they were shocked and surprised that their spouse was unhappy or wanted a divorce. These same people usually said that their marriage seemed happy, not dissimilar from any of their friends. Are they really surprised or did they simp...

When couples realize that they are having marital difficulties they often (1) seek assistance from mental health professionals; (2) discuss divorce; or (3) sometimes decide to physically separate to enable them to consider the future. They contemplate whether to work o...

The decision to end a marriage is a decision made by parents, not children. Parents must remember that every choice they make during the divorce process affects their children. Children are the innocent parties in a divorce and if they had their choice they would like...

One of the toughest conversations that an engaged couple has is when one asks the other, "will you be willing to sign a prenuptial agreement?" 

Often times this question will lead to tears, mistrust, and anger, as the last event that an engaged couple wants to consider...

June 19, 2017


Today, getting a divorce is not the same as it used to be.  There are options today. In addition to the method that we all know so well, litigation, today there are also options such as mediation or collaborative law.

Both mediation and collaborative law...

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