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  • Bad behavior can impact an attorney fee claim Two big factors that impact attorney fee awards in divorce are: 1. Income and resource disparity and 2. Behavior during the litigation.
  • Divorce after Recovery High-conflict divorce cases can be traumatic. There are tools and resources for individuals who are going through a divorce after going through recovery.
  • Tribute to Stephen Kolodny Trial lawyer Stephen Kolodny leaves a legacy of the highest standards of family law and trial skills. His work meant a great deal for our firm.
  • Risky business The "trial penalty" and other critiques of the plea bargain system are back in the news in a big way, from all the President's men to 'Full House'
  • Actions Speak Louder Than Words Anyone can say anything, that a thing happened when it didn't, or that a thing didn't happen when it did. Cross-examination is critical to fact-based resolution
  • Looking ahead Our push to adopt and use efficient client-friendly practices and tech runs counter to the legal industry's general inertia and fear of change.
  • The Most Dangerous Game A recurring issue in litigation is a last-minute claim that "I didn't get that" about an important document. These games jeopardize the attorney's credibility.
  • Why some cases become unsolvable Most litigation follows a predictable arc, or path. However, sometimes a case becomes unpredictable, expensive and stressful.
  • COVID-19 Coronavirus Co-parenting Questions If you are a separated or divorced parent, here is a list of information you should gather about yourself as well as request from the other parent
  • How Can They Do That? The most difficult question for us to answer is "How can they do that?" when the other side makes a false claim.