How is cryptocurrency treated for family law purposes? Crypto, Bitcoin and digital assets may be hot topics, but for family law purposes, these are assets & property or potential sources of income, just like more traditional investments.
Families should use the divorce process that best meets their particular needs. For many separating spouses, that means having discussions and finding solutions without going to Court.
The beginning of a separation can be overwhelming. On top of the emotional vortex, most people have a lot of practical questions. What schedule makes sense for the kids? Should I move? Who will pay for what? But mostly: what do I do next? Here are 5 important tips on what to do after separation.
In basic terms, arbitration in family law is a process where the parties select a “private Judge”. They have to pay the arbitrator to make decisions for them. Here is why arbitration makes sense in many family law matters.