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A couple of very good, thoughtful comments were left recently. Both people are obviously frustrated with the legal system. Custody issues abound out there. Because of my professional responsibility requirements, I cannot offer any legal advice to readers. So, while you should feel free to post your...
Michael Sherman from the Alabama Family Law Blog writes another helpful post on how to protect your credit in a divorce. Michael is right on target when he informs people that lenders don’t care what your divorce decree says–if you signed that loan agreement, you’re liable, even...
The St. Petersburg Times tells us about a woman whose divorce proceedings have gone on for 13 years, through even more attorneys, and ten different judges. It’s so sad, I don’t even know what to think.The St. Petersburg Times tells us about a woman whose divorce proceedings have gone on...
Michael Sherman of the Alabama Family Law Blog reminds us that parents in a divorce need to set aside any ill will for the sake of the children. I have written about this topic before, so I won’t do so again–for now, at least.Michael Sherman of the Alabama Family Law Blog reminds us...
One project I’m working (a bit slowly) on is an online guide to divorce in Indiana. It probably goes without saying that no guide can address every possible situation or scenario, but my hope is that this divorce information will help readers better understand the process and the issues...
This part of the Hippocratic Oath that doctors take is pretty well known to the public. A colleague of mine has often asked why lawyers in family law cases do not have the same obligation. It’s a damn good question. We lawyers are trained to use the legal system to resolve disputes. A better...
This post from the Missouri Divorce and Family Law Blog offers some good reasons why a divorce attorney can help the process. The meme began at the Pennsylvania Family Law blog, and family law bloggers are adding their own thoughts. My additions to the conversation are this: Where possible, see if...
The Indianapolis Star reports on the opening of the Family Resource Center in Indianapolis. This type of facility should help a lot of families navigate through the court system with less conflict. Hopefully the idea will spread to other counties.The Indianapolis Star reports on the opening of the...
As I indicated in an earlier post, Messrs. Webb and Ousky, the pioneers of collaborative law, will be in South Bend to provide two days of training. Here are the pertinent details: Date: August 19 and 20 (Tuesday and Wednesday–NOT the 29th as previously reported) Location: Waterford Estates...
After some work today, the move from one server to another is complete. Look for a few more changes around here in the near future.After some work today, the move from one server to another is complete. Look for a few more changes around here in the near future.