Most divorces are fraught with difficult issues and questions, especially where financial matters are involved. In my years of practicing family law focusing on men and fathers getting divorced, perhaps no question is more troublesome to clients than who is responsible for paying the bills: Everything from the mortgage or rent, utilities, credit cards and […]
From time to time, I tell a new client that there are some things in their life they do not need to disclose in a divorce if their wife doesn’t know about them. An extra-marital affair is an example. But one thing I tell every client regardless of the reasons behind the breakdown of a marriage: Do not ever try hiding income or assets during the divorce process.
Traditionally, attempting to hide assets and income from a spouse during a divorce was something men did because they were the sole breadwinner in a family. But as more women own businesses or have careers with responsible, well-paying jobs, we’re finding that as often as men tried in the past to hide income or assets, […]
How to Defend A Motion for Temporary Support In this post I’m going to be talking about how to defend a motion for temporary support, also called pendente lite support. This is when somebody files, in the beginning of a divorce, to get support paid throughout the divorce, but that support is not related to alimony […]
What do you want to do if you have a business and you’re getting divorced? It’s probably one of the greatest concerns people have in a divorce if there is a business. So there’s several things you want to know going into it. First, there are a couple unique areas about the law in New […]