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To read article by attorney Benjamin Older, click here.
Why did you decide to become an attorney? I always found the law fascinating. The nuances, the research, the trials. It is like a chess game, and if you are prepared, you will usually do well. (I couldn’t be a doctor because I can’t stand the sight of blood) What makes you different from… Read More »
Family law litigation is unlike any other type of litigation. For example, in most family law cases, the litigants still have to interact and deal with each other when the case is over. Whether it be about children or finances, and even if the children are now adults, there is still a connection that… Read More »
Attorneys practicing in the area of estates and trusts, whether planning or litigating, understand that estate and trust disputes present their own special challenges that are unique to this area of practice. More often than not, long held resentments and other family issues complicate a dispute that might appear on the surface to be… Read More »
To read article by attorney Kim Hamill, click here
The holidays are a special time of year for families and young children – so how do you keep the magic of the holiday season after divorce? The key is good co-parenting. Effective co-parenting will ensure that the divorce has minimal impact on your children, especially during the holidays. There are three steps to… Read More »
As this year comes to an end, I write to express my sincere gratitude to you. If you are receiving this email, you may be a friend, a colleague, a client, or someone that referred a client to the firm. You may fit into more than one or even all of these categories. Whatever… Read More »