Saturday, June 26, 2021

Violations of 50-50 Custody | Other Parent Constantly Misses Appointments

50-50 Parenting Plans only work if both parents are committed to showing up for appointments, such as medical, dental, psychological, school events, parent-teacher conferences, psychiatric, or other health care for the child. What are your options if the other parent constantly misses these important appointments?

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

What Can I Do if I’m Notified That I Have an Overpayment?

Did you receive a Notice of Overpayment from Social Security? This brief video explains what you can do if you agree or disagree with the overpayment – repay, adjust the rate of recovery, ask for an appeal, or file a waiver. For more information, check out the answer to our Frequently Asked Question, What can I do if I’m notified that I have an overpayment?

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

When Fighting For Custody It's Important to Set Realistic Expectations

In custody cases, it's rare that there's a clear winner and there's a clear loser so you have to make sure that your expectations aren't unrealistic. When it comes to decision making also known as legal custody or parenting time, part of my job as a family law attorney is to educate my client on what the law is, analyze the facts of their case, apply those facts to the law, and talk to them about what might be realistic.

Saturday, June 12, 2021

Can You Work if You Receive SSI Disability Payments?

Did you know that if you receive SSI Disability benefits, there are incentives available that will allow you to work, receive your SSI checks and maintain Medicaid eligibility? SSI Disability has options available that will help you make decisions about work. This brief video explains work incentives and the Ticket to Work program.

Sunday, June 6, 2021

How Do You Avoid an Ugly Divorce?

Divorce is almost never easy, but that doesn't mean it has to turn into an endless battle. There are things that you and your ex can do to reduce the tension and complete your divorce.

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Taking The Emotion Out of Your Custody Case

One way to take the emotion out of your custody case is to do your best to keep your children out of the middle of the litigation.