divorce

Do’s and Don’ts for a Cheap Divorce

By Evan Koslow / December 11, 2015

The cost of a divorce/custody matter is entirely based on how reasonable, fair and honest the couple is with each other. If both parties can communicate calmly, not lie about assets or income and not fight about inconsequential things, I can do a divorce for $1,500 and have it finalized in a matter of weeks.…

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Divorce and the Family Pet

By Evan Koslow / November 6, 2015

Despite feverish disputes over pet custody during divorce, courts consider pets property of a marriage rather than beings deserving of shared parenting time. According to a 2008 survey by the American Pet Products Association, 63 percent, or 71.1 million of U.S. households include pets – mostly dogs. Statistics also show that couples are having fewer…

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Reunification Therapy

By Evan Koslow / October 29, 2015

You might have heard about the Judge in Michigan who put three children in juvenile detention for refusing to visit with their father. Well now the same Judge has ordered the children to attend reunification therapy with their father. What is reunification therapy? When children grow up in an atmosphere of parental alienation, their primary…

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Tips For Blending Families

By Evan Koslow / October 7, 2015

Couples planning to blend families often have to make financial arrangements that respect previous relationships with ex-spouses and their families. Issues range from childcare and eldercare to potentially complex matters involving businesses, investment assets and real estate. That’s why involving trained experts in step-family financial planning is a must. Here’s a list of issues and…

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Best Case vs. Worst Case Scenarios

By Evan Koslow / January 15, 2015

If you are currently going through a divorce or a custody battle, have you thought about what YOUR best case scenerio would be? How about your worst case scenerio? Generally, attorneys cannot promise or guarantee an outcome, but they can provide you with insight regarding the most likely best case and worst case scenarios. In…

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5 Ways to Protect Your Finances During A Divorce

By Evan Koslow / September 25, 2014

What steps should you take to protect yourself financially during a divorce? I recommend reading this blog post by Reid Elkus, a Family Law Attorney in Colorado, which provides great insight as to how and why one should prioritize financial assets when divorce is on a horizon (or when a divorce action has commenced but…

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