So you settled your case – now what?

Many parties believe the hardest part of their family law dissolution of marriage matter is behind them when they settle all of the terms of their agreement. However, things can get very complicated, despite the terms of the agreement being … Continued

DNA Testing and Costs

In the event that a father did not sign a Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity (or, a “VAP”) at the hospital when a child was born, they may have the right to request DNA testing to confirm paternity. Even in the … Continued

All About Life Insurance

Life insurance is a very helpful tool in divorce cases, as well as parentage cases. Life insurance is most widely used for guaranteeing support or educational expenses will be paid for a minor child or children in the event of … Continued

How to handle “retroactive” support

Retroactive support is support that goes “backwards” in time.  This support serves as a reimbursement for past months when support was not yet ordered or paid.  Retroactive support is mandatory in certain situations, and discretionary in other situations.  Retroactive support … Continued