Domestic Violence in the Workplace

Legal Eagles: Creating Safeguards for Protection By Russ A. Brinson and Amanda M. Cubit Employers are often quick to discourage office romances. One reason could be an attempt to avoid the precarious position of the employer and employees if the couple brings their...read more
Nadia Margherio Honored as a member of Lawyers of Distinction

Nadia Margherio Honored as a member of Lawyers of Distinction

Sodoma Law Principal and Family Law attorney Nadia A. Margherio has been honored as a member of the Lawyers of Distinction. Using its own independent criteria, Lawyers of Distinction offers membership to no more than 10 percent of attorneys in any given state. Members...read more
An Age-by-Age Guide for Addressing Divorce With Your Children

An Age-by-Age Guide for Addressing Divorce With Your Children

Ending a marriage is a decision that most people struggle with and can be made more daunting when children are involved. Our age-by-age guide for addressing divorce with your children can make this transition easier and more effective without causing major distress during this already stressful time.

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Alimony: Change is Coming

Alimony: Change is Coming

By now, you might have heard about the tax law signed by President Trump just days before we celebrated the start of 2018. The new tax rates could very well affect your divorce and cause changes to alimony. Amanda Cubit answers questions on the new tax law and alimony in this Q&A.

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White House Bans Personal Cell Phones – Can They Legally Do That?

White House Bans Personal Cell Phones – Can They Legally Do That?

In January, the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced that the use of personal devices would be prohibited for all guests and staff in the West Wing. It didn’t take long before I started hearing the question, “Can an employer actually ban the use of cell phones at work?”

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