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Don’t Expect Facebook to Be Private in Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Social media is an important outlet for millions of Americans, and serves to keep people connected with family and friends. These connections are particularly important for moving through a divorce, but the information posted on these platforms can prove problematic if there are images or posts the other spouse could use to challenge claims… Read More »


Why You May Need to Consider Freezing Assets

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

The finances of completing a divorce, and transitioning to what comes next, frequently require a reevaluation of how one spends money and finding new and better sources of income. The payment of child support and alimony, and division of property, become of utmost importance in this process, as these contributions are often vital to… Read More »


Operating a Family Business in Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Divorce throws a lot of things into upheaval – where/how to live, sharing custody of a child, and finances being the most common. Often, one spouse will need to either return to work or find a job that pays more to replace lost income. The need to juggle the emotional and financial implications of… Read More »


Divorcing a Spouse that Lives Out-of-State

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Divorce is full of emotional and financial implications that spouses are rarely able to escape. In addition to these complicated issues are the procedural requirements that dictate what spouses must do to complete the divorce process. Most couples filing for divorce are unaware of the large amount of documentation and technical forms that govern… Read More »


Does Infidelity Matter in Divorce?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Marriages end for a large number of reasons, but one circumstance that often drives this decision is infidelity by a spouse. Not being able to trust a spouse to remain faithful is a deal killer for most relationships, and is bound to generate a lot of emotional pain. The wronged spouse may also feel… Read More »


How Federal Tax Reform May Affect Your Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Divorce brings many changes to the life of each spouse, and financial adjustment is one of the most significant and long-lasting of these necessary, and often painful, transitions. Most marriages have one spouse with a notably higher income, usually leaving the other spouse reliant on him/her for providing an acceptable standard of living, as… Read More »


Responding to Interference with Child Custody

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Coordinating and cooperating with an ex-spouse over child custody is bound to test even the most patient at some point, but most parents are ultimately able to put their issues aside, and do what is best for their child. However, compromise is not always available if a parent is stubborn in his/her belief that… Read More »


Retirement Social Security Retirement Benefits in Divorce?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Retirement and Social Security benefits usually play a large role in a person’s long-term financial planning and stability. Anyone experienced with divorce will know that this event upends many financial goals, and requires most couples to make drastic changes to their standard of living and monthly budgets. Depending on a person’s age and capacity… Read More »


Where Does the Family Pet Fit Within a Divorce?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Divorces force families to reorganize and reevaluate how they will live day-to-day. Included in this shift in perspective is the family pet, a member of the family who does not have a voice in what happens, but is affected nonetheless. Americans are now more likely to view pets as children or companions, moving away… Read More »


Responding to a Child Custody-Related Emergency

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Divorced and unmarried parents no longer together will likely both struggle with child custody-related disputes at some point. Even couples in happy relationships occasionally disagree about child rearing, and parents who are estranged have less incentive to work through these issues, allowing disagreements to sometimes escalate. Having a court-approved parenting plan that sets out… Read More »

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