Brad contributes to the question, “Will California mandate on-campus access to abortion pills?” on Fox News Video.
Brad discusses the case where former Texas police officer Roy Oliver has been charged with murder in death of 15-year old on Law & Crime on August 17, 2018.
Brad explains the difference between collusion and conspiracy in reference to Paul Manafort, Trump’s campaign chairman, on i24 News.
Brad discusses the recently released Cohen tape on i24 News on July 25, 2018.
Brad discusses the death penalty sentencing rehearing of Anthony Kirkland on Law & Crime Network.
Brad discusses the manslaughter charges facing defendant Demetrius Elder on the Law & Crime Network with Vincent Hill.
Divorce attorney Brad appears on the Law and Crime Network to discuss the murder of a U.S. Marine.
Divorce attorney Brad appears on the Law and Crime Network to discuss a DA Corruption Case.
Brad appears on the Law and Crime Network to discuss the death of a teenage boy who allegedly died during a game of Russian Roulette with friends.
Brad discusses Stormy Daniels’ arrest on HLN Across America on July 14, 2018.
Brad talks the James Colley trial with Brian Claypool and Stacey Delikat on the Law and Crime Network on July 12, 2018.
Brad and Kenya Johnson talk the Frank Gebhardt Trial on Law & Crime Network on June 22, 2018.
Brad was interviewed by Dr. Drew and Lauren Sivan on Dr. Drew Midday Live, discussing how the new federal tax law changes could make divorce even messier. The show was broadcast on 7/12/18.
Brad was recently interviewed on the Impact Makers Radio Show, “Let’s Talk Divorce!” series where he shared insights surrounding the topic of how to plan when divorcing a narcissist.
Articles and Publications
Infographic: The 20 Worst Things You Can Do During a Divorce
Divorce is never easy – even for the most civilized couples. With so much anger, frustration and fear, it’s all-too-easy to let your emotions get the best of you. But losing your head can cause you to make one (or more) of these 20 huge mistakes, which can cost you big time. 1. Ignoring Your […]
Infographic: 10 Things Accountants Should Know About Divorce
Divorce can become a complicated and stressful process for everyone involved. The once-happy couple has to start new lives without a partner, and children’s lives are often ruined. However, it’s vital that everyone understands their obligations and responsibilities during that time. That is especially the case for accountants who might have to split their estate […]
How to Deal with an Angry, Revengeful Spouse During a Divorce
Expert Beacon | Brad Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article on Expert Beacon Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin. Paul McCartney and Heather Mills. Madonna and Guy Ritchiee. You likely know where this is going. Hollywood is certainly not at a loss when it comes to bitter divorces. We see it all the time […]
Advice for Dads to Win Full Custody of Kids in a Divorce
Expert Beacon | Brad Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article on Expert Beacon For many years, it was not a surprise during a custody battle when the mother succeeded in gaining legal and physical custody of the children, but this is changing. Today, a father who wants to remain part of his […]
Prepare Yourself When You Decide It Is Time for a Divorce
Expert Beacon | Brad M. Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article on Expert Beacon Right after the New Year is when divorce filings are at their highest. Essentially there really is no perfect or ideal time to get a divorce. Most couples convince themselves that they should give your kids one more […]
Modifying a Divorce Decree for Child Custody or Child Support
Expert Beacon | Brad Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article on Expert Beacon Custody and child/spousal support terms are binding, but they are not set in stone. In most states, the court order for a change is called a “modification.” Technically, you can pursue a modification at any time after the last order. […]
Divorce Resource Blog | Brad Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article on Divorce Resource Blog The amicable settlement of a child custody dispute can reduce the stress, conflict and animosity between parents involved in a marital dissolution or paternity action. While both parents and minor children tend to benefit from a custody […]
Keep Divorce From Ruining the Children’s (and Parents’) Holiday
Expert Beacon | Brad Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article on Expert Beacon Divorce is difficult and around the holidays, it seems particularly complicated. Think about it, the holidays are tough even for intact families. There are extra commitments and obligations, figuring out gift purchases, blending traditions and, of course, deciding where […]
When you are going through a divorce, there are a number of different outcomes that may occur in addition to dissolving your marriage. One such outcome is alimony, which is a legally binding financial agreement between a couple that can be awarded during divorce proceedings. Alimony, also known as spousal support, is usually awarded when […]
How to Protect Yourself in Divorce when there are Valuable Assets
Expert Beacon | Brad Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article on Expert Beacon Divorce can be a difficult and lengthy process. That’s especially true for couples trying to split up extensive and valuable assets. For the breadwinner of the family, this process can be especially taxing because he or she will likely need […]
Be Proactive when Navigating Child Custody during Divorce
Expert Beacon | Brad Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article on Expert Beacon Without a doubt, children are an unintended casualty of divorce. Many kids just want their family back the way it used to be. But, when the marriage cannot be saved, parents simply have to push through the process and […]
Martindale | Brad Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article in Martindale Every divorce is unfortunate and stressful; the unique stresses of a military divorce can make it even more difficult to make necessary decisions for the good of the family. DIVORCE – MILITARY DIFFERS FROM CIVILIAN Military divorces sometimes include elements that make them […]
And You Thought it was Good that your Spouse left the Country…
Martindale | Brad Micklin Click Here to be Directed to This Article in Martindale A client asked me to blog about serving divorce papers internationally for a divorce in the U.S. The issue, in New Jersey, begins with Court Rule 4:4-4, which states that the primary method of obtaining jurisdiction (power to act) over person is to […]
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