Co-Parenting Tips Going into The Holiday Season

Co-Parenting Tips Going into The Holiday Season

Have you heard the common adage that the holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year? For divorced or separated parents, however, the holidays can be a tricky time to navigate. In order to ensure that you and your children are able to enjoy the season, it...
Does a “Domicile” Matter in Estate Planning?

Does a “Domicile” Matter in Estate Planning?

Have you noticed that the terms “domicile” and “residence” are often used interchangeably in normal conversation? In a legal context, however, the difference is significant. Your domicile is the place where you maintain your permanent residence and where you intend to...
Why Collaborative Divorce Won’t Work for You

Why Collaborative Divorce Won’t Work for You

Collaborative divorce is often touted as the kinder, gentler, and cheaper solution for getting a divorce. Have you considered, however, that, while this may be true for some separating couples, it may not be true for all couples? Courts can provide an objective judge...
Frequently Seen Issues with a DIY Real Estate Closing

Frequently Seen Issues with a DIY Real Estate Closing

Are you considering a diy real estate closing? Have you thought of trying to avoid hiring an attorney or other professional for a real estate closing? It can be common for consumers to want to handle transactions like this on their own without consulting a...