• Should We Live In The Same Home During Divorce?
    When a divorce is filed, the couple often begins the process while living together in the same home. The question then for many is whether or not this is sustainable....By:… Read more »
  • My spouse is on Medicaid, now what?
    It is common for a client whose spouse is receiving Medicaid to lack adequate estate planning to protect those Medicaid benefits in the event the client dies before their spouse.… Read more »
  • Updating Your Estate Plan in the Event of Divorce
    It’s advisable to review and update your estate plan with any change in personal circumstances, financial circumstances, changes in the law, or just the passage of an extended time. But… Read more »
  • Minimizing Elder Financial Abuse
    It seems like every month, there is a news broadcast of a new form of elder financial abuse. Statistically, it is very prevalent, especially among individuals with dementia who are… Read more »
  • Solving The Puzzle Now Will Hopefully Make For A Less Litigious Future
    One of the hardest lessons I learned in my early days of practicing family law is that a case is never really over when we think it’s over. I remember… Read more »
  • Happy National Adoption Month!
    November has been declared National Adoption Month with November 23rd designated specifically as National Adoption Day. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, “The designation of National Adoption Month and… Read more »
  • The Price of Peace
    The Price of Peace: a concept that arises in nearly every divorce matter, but you will likely never read about in any legal treatise on divorce law. You commonly hear… Read more »
  • Making a Holiday Plan
    The holidays are right around the corner and often can be a very difficult and emotional time if you are going through a divorce or separation, especially if you have… Read more »
  • Divorce and Joint Tax Returns
    When going through a divorce, the deadline for filing a tax deadline can come. When parties are married, most ordinarily file a joint tax return unless they are living separate… Read more »
  • [Audio] Digital Planning Podcast: Digital Assets in Divorce, Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, Families and Minors
    The Digital Planning Podcast is designed to educate individuals about all things digital in connection with estate planning, business planning and estate administration. Your hosts, Jennifer Zegel, Ross Bruch and… Read more »