I recently read an article about Dan Auerbach, the lead singer and guitarist for the Black Keys. He just divorced his wife, Stephanie Gonis. In the property division, she received $5 million, one of the couple's homes, a Toyota Highlander .... and a lock of Bob Dylan's hair! From a legal … Read more about Property Division in Divorce: Don’t Sweat the … Stuff!
Karen’s Divorce Blog: Practical Information to Get You Through Your Divorce
Florida Attorney Paul Rampell recently set off a storm of controversy when he proposed a new way to get married. Its called a "wedlease." The idea is fairly simple. Instead of entering into a traditional marriage, which, at least theoretically, involves a lifetime commitment, people could choose to … Read more about Wedlease v. Wedlock. What Will They Think of Next?
In this day and age, prenuptial agreements are nothing new. For anyone with a big income, or a sizeable chunk of money, or who has kids from a prior marriage, signing a prenuptial agreement before marriage is pretty standard. Most "prenups" lay down the rules for who will get what if the parties … Read more about Love Contracts – The Newest Kind of Prenup
Many divorce judgments contain what is known as a "morality clause." While there are many variations of that clause, a morality clause is essentially a provision in a divorce decree, or court order, that says that neither parent can have a romantic partner spend the night while the children are … Read more about Be Careful of What You Agree to: Understanding the Morality Clause in Your Divorce
Just when you think you've heard it all, someone comes up with something new and, well, it kind of rocks your world a little bit. At least, that's how I felt when I read the latest news about the "Divorce Hotel." You check in on Friday married, and, after spending the weekend working with … Read more about Divorce Hotel … Really?!