In the past, marriage, happiness, and good health have all been intertwined. But believe it or not, saying your vows and promising to love someone through the good times and the bad times, does not guarantee that you will never get sick, experience hardships, or run into obstacles in the coming years.
Many times, I have been contacted by a client or potential client who requests to initiate a guardianship application for a family member because a doctor has diagnosed the family member with dementia and suggested that a guardianship was necessary. However, this is not always the case and additional questions need to be asked and additional options need to be explored before reaching such a conclusion.
Divorce is generally bad for kids, and the effects are long-lasting. However, a mom recently explained a hidden advantage of divorce. Wouldn’t it be great to achieve this benefit without actually separating from your spouse?
The results of a recent divorce study indicate that the size of American families have increased 66%; a number largely attributed to stepchildren and stepparents that often follow divorce and the formation of new families after the fact.
Here is another BLAST FROM THE PAST written by Attorney Anne Shale and published on January 21, 2008. Are you divorced and looking to relocate? We look at a listing of some “reasonable” rationale for relocation of one’s person and minor children.