Recently my mother, who is 80, celebrated her bat mitzvah. This reminded me that it’s never too late to do something that matters to you.
It is our hope that during these times, co-parents will come together for the health and safety of their children.
It’s not often you get sucked into a TV show set in the 1950s where the main character leaves her husband and children to focus on her own career. But that’s one of the main story lines in the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Prime Video’s wildly popular show that premiered March 17, 2017 and recently released its third season. … more
Parenting in its ideal form should be about creating a joyful childhood for your offspring, plain and simple. That way, they have a solid foundation from which to spring into adulthood and become high-functioning, happy contributors to our world.
The value of networking cannot be underestimated. Whether you’re working for someone else, trying to grow in an area of your career or industry, or contemplating going out on your own, networking is very valuable. First, because networking leads to building new relationships. And relationships are everything. There is always something that somebody else can… more
No marriage is perfect. That’s the honest truth. And so, by transitive deduction, we must admit that no divorce is perfect, either.
Happy New Year! It’s 2020, not only a new year, but a new decade!! And with this change of the calendar, hopefully it’s a new YOU.
You want someone, like me, who is motivated on their own, someone you don’t have to babysit or watch over to move your case along.
Passion is essential for practicing law. You must believe in that for which you argue, that for which you work hard every day to effect a positive outcome.
The Collaborative process, I believe, is more humane, more respectful, than a typical litigative divorce case, but ulterior motives still slip into any divorce proceeding. I owe it to my client, and to myself, to make sure I have all the information.