Saturday, January 25, 2020

Things You Should Do Six Weeks Before Your Child Custody Trial



In this CTC live replay, Wendy Hernandez, family law attorney, talks about things that you should be doing six weeks prior to your custody trial and answering your questions. Generally speaking this is what I do 6 weeks before a custody trial. However, remember deadlines differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. In part 1 I talk about checking your local rules, reading the judge’s minute entries, calendaring deadlines, and the difference between disclosing exhibits and exchanging exhibits.

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Phone Scammers Impersonating Social Security Administration



There is a new warning about a rapidly growing phone scam where criminals call pretending to be from the Social Security Administration. The FTC says they want your social security number and money. The scheme has already cost consumers millions of dollars. Anna Werner reports.

Monday, January 13, 2020

Helping Divorced Women Start Over: Applying What I Learned



It’s difficult for working mothers to manage a household and a career, which forces many to exit the workforce to focus on their families. This leaves them at a great disadvantage when they divorce. Their troubles are only magnified when child support and alimony issues arise. Oraynab Jwayyed discusses the obstacles that hold divorced mothers back and how they, and their community, can overcome them.

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

4 Habits of ALL Successful Relationships



ALL relationships face a similar set of hurdles. We all need to be equipped to get over the hurdles, so that our relationships don’t just survive, but thrive. Based on over 20+ years’ experience of working with countless couples, Dr. Andrea & Jon Taylor-Cummings share their observations of the 4 fundamental habits that all successful relationships exhibit.