The added pressures and unique challenges of high-net-worth cases can be significantly different depending on which spouse you are representing.
When dealing with a high-net-worth and/or high-profile client, the lawyer should explore and discuss the roadmap for – and benefits of – settling the divorce out of court.
How do you simplify your case’s “story” into one unified theme – and set it apart from all the other cases on the judge’s docket? The key is word selection.
A practicing mediator and retired judge explains why mediation may be a better option than litigation for high-conflict divorce cases.
What role did Harold Hamm play in the growth of Continental Resources, and how much of the enhanced value of the company can be attributed to external factors?
Computer forensics and eDiscovery can play an important role in the outcome of your client’s divorce or family law case, revealing key details that might otherwise remain buried.
A Michigan custody battle makes national headlines and shows how it’s the children who become the innocent victims, stuck in the middle of their parents’ dysfunction.
Strategies for dealing with the targeted spouse in a high-conflict divorce when the abuser has a personality disorder.
Properly dividing military pensions requires an understanding of tax issues specific to military pension garnishment.
Self-represented litigants create a difficult situation for the other party and his/her counsel. You must handle these cases carefully to ensure the best representation for your client while maintaining your dignity and professionalism.