We duly note a point on our website at the proven Connecticut family law firm of Berdon, Young & Margolis concerning children-linked divorce matters that we think virtually any reader will agree with.
Many fathers across the country who reportedly have a lacking perception of themselves as dads during marriage conjure up a readjusted attitude in the wake of divorce.
Most dollars spent with a narrow focus hardly weigh in later with material consequences. A pack of gum is, well, a pack of gum.
Some divorcing spouses in Connecticut and elsewhere opt for a hard-ball strategy upon marriage termination. That hardly seems surprising in given cases, especially for couples whose years together were marked by stress and turmoil.
The prototypical divorce of yesteryear in the United States is far removed from legions of more creative and tailored outcomes that are being realized these days.
We note on our website at the proven Connecticut law firm of Berdon, Young & Margolis that our attorneys take "a rational approach to family law."
There are of course myriad factors that can materially contribute to tensions and challenges in the family law universe.
Jeff Landers regularly contributes family law articles to Forbes that tilt toward the perspective of divorcing women. His pieces frequently spotlight dissolution-linked issues relevant to financial matters in high-asset decouplings.
The above-cited reference to a “divorce gap” in today’s blog headline sounds as though it might reasonably be a bit ominous from the female perspective, doesn’t it?