April 2018
M T W T F S S
« Mar   Jul »
 1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
30  

Categories

Articles from April 2018



The Court is Not Big Brother

By Brenda L. Storey, Esq. To finish out our series of what the court does not or cannot do, I address herein the fact that the court does not track compliance. When a court issues an order, it assumes compliance and is done with the underlying issue. The Court has…

No Comments

Can’t Touch This!

By Brenda L. Storey, Esq. In addition to it being a catchy line from a 90’s song, which I now cannot get out of my head, when looking at certain future financial circumstances of the parties, the divorce court “can’t touch this.”    Specifically, if a spouse is expecting a future…

No Comments

No Separate Property

By Jamie Leaver Sawyer, Esq. While Ms. Storey vacations with her family, I have been relegated to blog substitute.  Continuing with the series of what the court cannot do, this week the focus is on the fact that the court cannot divide between the couple the separate property of a…

No Comments

No Magic Wand…

By Brenda L. Storey, Esq. I am excited to introduce our new blog series about what divorce does not cover, or address, or fix, or do.   For the first installment, I am focusing on what the court cannot do.   So many times, potential new clients meet with me with great…

No Comments

Cherish the Memories

By Brenda L. Storey, Esq. As I bring to a close the latest blog series that has focused on parenting, I wanted to highlight the importance of cherishing the memories.   Parenting is not easy, but it has so many special moments that will only happen once.   Of course there are…

No Comments

There Is No Place For Children At the Adult Issue Table

By Brenda L. Storey, Esq. Children whose parents are going through a divorce already have a lot with which they must deal.   They are facing the loss of their family as they know it.  Fear of the unknown is overwhelming.  Change is guaranteed; the only question is how much will…

No Comments

Walk the Walk

By Brenda L. Storey, Esq. As parents, we wear many hats.  Cook, coach, therapist, nurse, nutritionist, and on and on.   One of the most important is role model.  That responsibility should not be taken lightly, as it can have a life-long impact on a child. The role can be…

No Comments

Can We Talk?

By Brenda L. Storey, Esq. Crucial to a child’s ability to successfully navigate the divorce of his parents is an opportunity to express what he is feeling.   As the parent, it is key to encourage the child to share his thoughts and feelings.  Although at the right point, reassurance should…

No Comments

What Happened to Family Time?

By Brenda L. Storey, Esq. During one of my recent commutes to the office, I heard a radio advertisement for unlimited data for up to four lines, celebrating that each family member could watch a different show on a separate phone.   Why in the world would this be celebrated? There…

No Comments

Stand Up For Yourself

By Brenda L. Storey, Esq. I am starting a new series within the blog about parenting.   This first installment, though, focuses not on the children, but the parent. The most successful parents put their children first, they sacrifice for the betterment of their children, and they tend to be the…

No Comments