24 May, 2017

The Nurse with a Purse and Sugar Daddy Dynamic

By | May 24th, 2017|Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Finances, Divorce Mediation Process|

The idea of a “sugar daddy” is very common and well-known: A “sugar daddy” is an older man who marries a younger woman and takes care of her. There is a similar, but lesser-known dynamic when the older marrying spouse is a woman. This dynamic has been referred to as the "nurse with a purse." In both cases, it’s equally important for the older spouse to obtain a Prenuptial Agreement. Often, the woman in the "nurse with a purse" situation is in (more...)

26 Apr, 2017

Help! Is My Attorney in Bed With My Ex’s Attorney?!

By | April 26th, 2017|Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Mediation Process, Separation Agreements|

On several occasions, I have been the incoming attorney where the client did not trust the attorney they initially retained, because they felt that attorney was in bed with their ex’s attorney, so to speak. They had observed the two attorneys — opposing counsel to one another on the given case — engage in overly friendly behavior and banter in the court hallways and overheard their attorney cutting deals and verbally committing to settlement agreements to the opposing counsel that they had not (more...)

16 Mar, 2017

Adult Children of Gray Divorce

By | March 16th, 2017|Divorce and Children, Divorce Finances, Divorce Mediation Process|

There is a large demographic getting a lot of air time right now - those over 50 who are choosing to get divorced. Oftentimes, these couples have been married for many years, and now their youngest is about to go to college or move out of the house. Many of the couples in these “gray divorces” have successful and flourishing adult children, who escaped being in the midst of a contentious divorce or custody battle while they were growing up, only to (more...)

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