There may be significant benefits for a non-income-earning spouse who seeks and obtains employment during the divorce litigation.
Is your firm losing good prospects because your staff lacks the ability to consistently qualify callers – and turn them into clients?
Diana Shepherd, the Editorial Director of Family Lawyer Magazine, speaks with family lawyer Allison Williams and forensic psychologist Erik Dranoff about the role custody evaluations play in the divorce process.
Valuing and dividing retirement accounts is more complex than most attorneys expect. An experienced financial professional can provide ideas to help divide these accounts strategically – and avoid unnecessary costs.
No-nups are useful in outlining up front who will keep certain assets and what will happen to assets that were purchased during the relationship, should they choose to end it. The agreement binds both parties.