Navigating Career-Life Choices Through Divorce

By Edward Anthony Colozzi, Ed.D. | Aug 1 2017

Do people experiencing a divorce differ from their counterparts who seek career-life counseling and are not going through a divorce?


How to Save Real Money in a Divorce

By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Esq. | Jun 13 2018

Attorneys and smart parties are now using professional neutrals (also called coaches) to resolve non-law issues.

General Info

Social Security Claiming Strategies for Divorced Retirees

By Abe Ringer, CFP®, CDFA® | May 15 2018

The rules concerning Social Security claiming strategies are abundantly complex, especially if you're divorced. However, it's important to do your own research before you file for benefits.


Divorce Arbitration is the Way to Go! So......

By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Esq. | May 30 2018

While arbitration is available to replace a public court trial, it is also available if collaboration or mediation reaches a deadlock (a stalemate on one or two remaining issues); then, it is time for divorce arbitration.


Holiday Time, Divorce Time? Remember...

By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Esq. | Feb 1 2018

What's in the best interest of the children?

Same-Sex Divorce

Why Do I Have To Adopt My Own Children?

By Joyce Kauffman, Esq.,Kauffman Law & Mediation | Dec 18 2017

If you divorce, you do not want your spouse to try to argue that you are not a legal parent to your children. If you are not considered a legal parent, your relationships with your children will not be protected by the court.