Very often, discord in the divorce process stems from power inequality, both real and perceived.  If there was a financial or emotional imbalance in your marriage, you can likely expect it to rear its head in a divorce.  If you believe you are holding the short end of either (or both) of these sticks, you… Read more »

Married people who took their spouse’s last name are faced with an additional decision during the process of divorce: Should I take my former last name back? Why You May Be Hesitant For some divorcing people, this may seem like a small issue in the course of terminating a marriage. There are already overwhelming changes and… Read more »

by Andrea Morgan of Morgan Divorce Law Firm, PLLC Very often, I hear from my clients they are considering divorce but cannot understand or explain exactly why.  They are unable to find words they consider accurate to express their desire to dissolve their marriage.  Their spouse has not cheated on them, become violent or otherwise… Read more »

Facebook and social media sites are known for their ease of spreading a message. They are fast, free and allow you to reach all of your “friends” with just a click of a button. Facebook posts display the emotions and day-to-day drama of our lives to our friends. This can be helpful in communicating with… Read more »

Your divorce is final. Are you excited about your new lease on life? Or are you taking gentle steps toward your “new normal?” Either way, many divorcees feel a sense of relief to finally put the complex divorce process behind them. If you fall into the first group, with that relief you may be tempted… Read more »

Married women who have taken their spouse’s last name are faced with an additional decision during the process of divorce: Should I take my maiden name back? Why You May Be Hesitant For some divorcing women, this may seem like a small issue in the course of terminating a marriage. There are already many overwhelming… Read more »