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Pets are People II

A while back I wrote about a British woman who pioneered the “pet nuptial” agreement, designed for couples to, in advance of any split-up or divorce, determined what would happen […]

Love and Divorce

LOVE IS LOVE IS LOVE…UNTIL DIVORCE! Make sure you find a divorce and family law attorney you can trust.

Why is Divorce So Expensive? Hints to Help Reduce Costs!

There’s an old joke that goes something like this: Q:           Why is divorce so expensive? A:            Because it’s worth it! All kidding aside, divorces can be costly.  There are so […]

Old News is Still Good News- Governor Vetos Alimony Bill

So, a few weeks ago, when I wrote about the Alimony Reform bill being the last bill to make it to Governor Scott’s desk, I mentioned that I would not […]

The Price of Freedom

  Willie Nelson obviously had some compelling reason to be “On the Road Again” when he made this statement. Stay tuned for a further post as to why divorce does […]


In less than 12 hours somebody ( or “somebodies”) could become a billionaire and a half (That’s another $500,000,000, in case you were counting).  Of course, that’s before Uncle Sam […]

Divorce (Star) Wars- The Force Awakens

We live in exciting times.  Not only is it the festive holiday season, but TODAY (and for the lucky and more hearty ones, last night) the new Star Wars movie […]

The Holidays 2015- It’s Just Not Right to Fight

  Everyone is in the throes of the holiday season.  Today is the last day of Hanukkah, and Christmas is a mere 11 days away, followed by the beginning of […]

Recipe for Divorce: Don’t Discuss Finances

 As a divorce/family law attorney, a question I am frequently asked is, “So, what’s the main reason couples get divorced?”  This is typically at some cocktail party or other social […]

The Supreme Court decision on gay marriage

The Supreme Court decision on gay marriage IT’S OFFICIAL! The United States Supreme Court just issued its 103 page long awaited opinion in the Obergefell v. Hodges case, holding that […]