Some divorce battles are inevitable. The parties are far apart in their positions and there is too much hostility to compromise. However, while litigation may be necessary to decide the issues, the parties can and should try to cooperate as much as possible during the divorce process. If they argue … [Read more...] about How Too Many Divorce Disputes Can Hurt Your Court Case
Recently, Ken Jewell discussed his experiences with handling divorce cases during the pandemic and why settling is recommended now more than ever. Check out the complete New York Times article here and contact our office to learn how we might be able to help you. … [Read more...] about Ken Jewell Recently quoted in New York Times
While most people associate a prenuptial agreement with a wealthy person wanting to keep control of their money, that is not necessarily the case. Regardless of how much money you have, you may have good reasons to protect your separate assets and plan for how marital assets and debts will be shared … [Read more...] about Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement If You Are Not Wealthy?
Generally, settling disputes on your own is more cost-effective than going to court assuming both sides negotiate in good faith. However, emotions often get in the way especially in divorce matters. Spouses may have personal reasons for wanting to pursue their legal position even if it doesn’t make … [Read more...] about Is it Worth Settling Your Divorce Dispute?
Recently, Ken Jewell was a guest on the 20 in 20 for 2020 podcast hosted by Ella Newman. Ken shared his experiences assisting his clients through divorce and how it has been impacted by the pandemic and what the future of divorce law could look like as we move into 2021. Catch the whole podcast … [Read more...] about Ken Jewell featured in 20 in 20 for 2020 Podcast
In many divorces, there is no shortage of issues to fight over. This includes property distribution, spousal and child support, custody, and parenting time. Some disputes need to be litigated because they may have serious repercussions on the parties’ rights. However, other conflicts may be … [Read more...] about Are You Looking at the Big Picture in Your Divorce Case?