James Brown is tv producer and creator of a divorce talk show in Utah called Divorce Talk Show. Mr Brown is a positive, creative personality who is a true influencer in the divorce industry and who is trying to make a difference in people’s lives. We are proud of having had the opportunity to speak […]
CONNECTICUT DIVORCE: Divorce Saloon Talks to One of Connecticut’s Most Interesting Divorcées: Elizabeth Richter – a true Influencer
CONNECTICUT DIVORCE: DIVORCE SALOON INTERNATIONAL TALKS with Connecticut Divorcée ELIZABETH RICHTER Interviewer: Marion TD Lewis Edited by: Xixi Gomez _______________________________ If ever the term “influencer” applied to anyone, it certainly is Elizabeth Richter. This woman is a one woman demolition derby against the judicial system in Connecticut. During her divorce from her Husband Alex, a process […]
Question: Which is better collaborative divorce or litigation? Answer: by Marion TD Lewis Filed in Divorce Advice/Q&A How You divorce Can Make a Big Different in Your Emotional Life Attorney Eric Beal is a collaborative divorce lawyer in Texas and he wrote this article 5 Good Reasons NOT to Choose a Collaborative Divorce and it’s […]
An exclusion order is a type of order of protection. You can only get an exclusion order if you and the abuser are living under the same roof. There are other types of orders of protection that you can get based on “intimate” nature of the relationship you share with the abuser. This is in […]
This is a good question! Normally, I would say that getting your child support order modified would require you to show changed circumstances of some sort before the court would change the order. Heading back to work after a divorce – especially if you have been a stay at home custodial parent – is definitely a […]
DIVORCE WITH AN AUTISTIC CHILD What are the Custody and Support issues for people who are divorcing with an autistic child? The number of people who divorce with an autistic child each year is quite numerous. The divorce rate for parents with an autistic child has been described as “terrifyingly high” by one blogger […]
If your spouse stopped paying your divorce settlement for a good, excusable reason (unemployment, illness) you could be out of luck – especially if you do not have a contingency plan built into the original divorce settlement agreement.
There are many negative consequences to hiding assets during a divorce and getting caught.
What are the techniques for reducing divorce stress? Divorce is stressful. I think most people would agree. And often, managing divorce stress can be a challenge. Many divorcing people seem to lack the techniques required for minimizing their divorce stress. But does it have to be as bad as it is for a lot of people? […]
You can’t just give, give give. You have to replenish and you have to take care of yourself first and foremost so that you can be for everyone else what it is they need you to be.
And they will take her to Trafalgar Square and chop off her head the way they did to poor Marie Antoinette in France.
It’s a trap, Theresa!
It’s a set up!
Don’t do it!
This question about who pays the bills during a divorce or separation is a good one. Are you obligated to continue to pay the bills if you move out of the marital residence for example? What if you are the wife and your husband moved out and stopped paying the mortgage which is jointly in […]
10 Reasons why would you get a separation and not a divorce If you are not absolutely sure that the marriage is over and need a time out. If you want to maintain health insurance from one spouse to the other. For tax reasons: There are tax advantages to being married and getting divorced could […]
The court takes many factors into account from the anodyne to the scandalous in determining property division, alimony and child support. It really depends on the jurisdiction and the specific situation between the couple. Of course, there are specific guidelines in every jurisdiction, and there are unique rules. But there are common threads. For example, with regard […]
It depends. If you are in a community property state like Texas and California, then absent a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, yes, everything earned and accrued during the marriage is community property and normally would be split 50 50. Anything that you had prior to marriage would be separate property and would not be subject […]