Going through a divorce is never an enjoyable experience for anyone involved. We understand the compassion, empathy, and steady calm needed when it comes to legal advice and direction for those going through a divorce. Our highly educated professionals have a great deal of experience in handling divorce cases ranging from simple to extremely messy. Our clients should never feel ashamed of how they’re feeling or what they’re going through, we know how tricky and emotional a divorce can be in addition to maintaining the other aspects of life. Read our blog for advice on coping mechanisms, effective communication strategies, and maintaining balance in your life.

  1. Tips For Keeping Your Divorce Civil

    Divorce is hard on everyone. It is hard calling it quits on someone you thought was going to be your lifelong partner. It is hard for your children to deal with. It is hard going through the process and sorting out all of the details. But, sometimes …Read More

  2. What Happens At A Temporary Order Hearing?

    In our last blog post, we touched upon the concept of temporary orders in a divorce. We know that the idea of temporary orders can bring up some confusion and a lot of questions. You may be wondering what a temporary order is, when it is appropriate,…Read More

  3. What To Expect After Filing A Petition For Divorce

    Filing a petition for divorce can feel like a huge step, and it is. When filing for divorce, one spouse (the petitioner) files a legal document petitioning for a divorce from the other spouse. This is the first step in a divorce which can be a long a…Read More

  4. Managing Stress in Your Divorce Case

    No matter the reason for it, going through a divorce can be very difficult for most people. It can be a struggle to get through your normal daily routine with work and family when you are dealing with such a significant life event. Divorce cases can …Read More

  5. 4 Mistakes to Avoid During Your Divorce

    According to a report from the CDC, between the years 2013 and 2017, there was an average number of 802,093 divorces and annulments throughout the United States. Even though there are thousands of couples and their divorce lawyers going through the d…Read More

  6. Know the 5 Different Types of Divorce

    Getting a divorce can be bad enough, let alone all of the details, meetings with divorce lawyers, deciding how to split assets, talking about child custody, and many other issues that can arise throughout the process. Of the many decisions, couples s…Read More

  7. 7 Tips for Surviving the Holidays Post-Divorce

    The holidays are meant to be full of cheer, right? But if you were recently divorced and maybe your kids are with your former spouse, the holidays can feel like one of the least festive times of year. Even though it is undoubtedly an emotional time a…Read More

  8. Being Upfront About Divorce With Your Child Is Important

    Just Tell Them: Being Upfront With Your Children About Divorce Divorce is awful — for everyone. No matter how mutual a divorce is, the act of divorce can be devastating for everyone involved; things are changing and a house is being split in two. B…Read More

  9. How to Tell Your Kids You Are Getting a Divorce

    How to tell your children difficult news Unfortunately, telling your kids that you are getting a divorce is not the same as telling them their dog “ran away.” No, the process is a lot more complicated and painful for everyone involved. Because te…Read More