Recently, Ken Jewell offered his expert opinion on opposing politics and the impact it has on relationships. Ken touched on why conflicting politics it is having a much larger impact than ever before on couples. Check out the video below and read more of the Fox 5 New York article here. Please … [Read more...] about Ken Jewell Recently quoted in Fox 5 New York Article
Prenuptial agreements are a good idea in most marriages. While many think they are only appropriate for rich people, the reality is that as couples enter into marriage later in life, they are more likely to have concerns that can be addressed in a prenup. There has been growing awareness of the … [Read more...] about Are You Considering a “COVID Prenuptial Agreement?”
During or after a divorce, a judge may issue various court orders to one or both parties. These orders may deal with custody, parenting time, child support, spousal support, and distribution of marital assets. The divorce decree itself also constitutes a legally enforceable court order. If one party … [Read more...] about When Can a Party Be Held in Contempt for Violating a Court Order in Divorce?
Recently, Ken Jewell offered his expert opinion on why people get prenups. Ken touched on why communication is essential when entering a prenup, the differences in prenups in a post COVID-19 world and more. Read more of the Parade article here and contact our office to learn how we … [Read more...] about Ken Jewell Recently quoted in Parade Article
When a divorce involves infidelity, it is not unusual for a spouse to feel that a judge should take that fact into account in determining how much the spouse is entitled to get in the divorce. Many people believe they should get more money in the divorce because the other spouse cheated. However, … [Read more...] about Can You Get More Money in Divorce If Your Spouse Cheated On You?
Child custody and parenting time is a stressful issue for parents under the best of circumstances. However, if your co-parent has drug or alcohol problems, it can become a huge battle. Many parents have objections to how courts react to allegations against a parent. If you are on either side of this … [Read more...] about Child Custody Rules When One Parent Has Drug or Alcohol Problems