Family Law Attorney Chip Mues Recalls A Remarkable 4th of July Vacation Set In Maine. It seemed appropriate that I should write something for the family law blog geared towards the “Birthday of America”. In the past, I liked to reflect upon the holidays and tried to find some correlation between the specific holiday and my family law practice.
Supreme Court Rules Federal Citizenship Rules Unconstitutional, Gender Equality Prevails Recently the Supreme Court has made a ruling that has progressed society forward and upheld gender equality. On June 12, 2017, in the case of Sessions, Attorney General v. Morales-Santana,
Prenuptial agreements are daunting to bring up to one’s significant other and many individuals fear bringing up the topic. Many individuals worry that the prenuptial discussion will cause problems, such as making their significant other feel as if they are
Does an Unequal Allocation Household Chores Lead to a Divorce? Studies says yes…and no! To have a successful marriage there are several factors that need to be considered such as being honest with your spouse, being respectful of your spouse,
Most intact families have established holiday traditions for their family. After a divorce, this may all change. The courts generally have established standard orders for parenting time that many people have adopted. Each varies county by county. However, those orders