Depending on how your estate documents are drafted, your ex-spouse or soon-to-be ex-spouse may have more powers than you think via your durable power of attorney, healthcare agent, executor, trustee, or beneficiary designations.
A common effort made to save money in equitable distribution cases could actually end up costing the divorcing parties a lot of money. In most equitable distribution cases, which is the division of marital assets and debts, the most common item of property dealt with... read more
When the Supreme Court announced its decision in Obergefell v. Hodges* last summer, it was rightly viewed as a victory for equality for same-sex couples across the country. As a result of the ruling, same-sex marriages that had once been ignored, disregarded, or... read more
Home. It’s where memories are made. It’s where you lay down your head at night after a long day. It’s where you feel comfortable and safe. Though, if you have recently legally separated from your spouse, your “home” may feel more like a “house” these days. Some family... read more
It’s that time of year. The weather is getting warmer, the sun is staying out longer, leaves are growing back on the trees, and flowers are starting to bloom. This is the time of year when magazines and housekeeping gurus like Southern Living and Martha Stewart... read more