Posts Tagged ‘cocktail party conversation’
Divorce Tool Kit
A divorcing client proclaimed, “Divorce is so ironic: I feel awful, anxious, and angry, but everyone tells me I have to do my best decision-making and negotiating, now. How on earth am I supposed to do that?” according to a Huffington Post article, “The Perfect Divorce Toolkit.” I couldn’t have put it better myself. I…Read More
How Do Divorce and Education Affect Success?
Last week the New York Times published an article on the effects of education and divorce on income and upward mobility. It isn’t shocking to learn that a two income family will fare better than a single parent who isn’t receiving child support. The article went on to say, however, that education plays a…Read More
4 Tax Tips For Divorcing Couples
According to Barbara Zell Weinberger, Esq. writing for the Huffington Post, The following are the most commonly asked questions asked by divorcing couples during tax season. (The additions which I have added are italicized and contained in parentheses.) 1. Do we file jointly or as individuals? The law states that every individual must file according…Read More
Katy Perry and Russell Brand Teach Us How Not to Approach Marriage
“[D]eal with the “we” before you get married so that you don’t have to later ask, what about me?” Very important advice by Dr. Jane Greer in her Huff Post article, ‘Katy Perry And Russell Brand: How Do You Start Your Marriage Right So It Doesn’t End Wrong?’ Married only 14 months, how did they…Read More
Why Isn’t Kim Kardashian Getting Her Marriage Annulled?
I’ve been hearing radio talk show hosts discussing the recently announced Kardashian divorce. One pervading question that everyone seems to be asking is why aren’t they getting the marriage annulled since it only lasted 72 days. The answer is simple. There are no grounds for annulment. The grounds for annulment in California are, “Party did…Read More