The most recent tax bill includes the elimination of the alimony deduction that’s been in place for the past 75 years, beginning January 1, 2019. Whether you’re the breadwinner or the stay-at-home spouse, if you’re contemplating divorce and spousal support
Geoffrey P. Burroughs, CFP®, CDFA™, Vice President at Harbor Investment Advisory, LLC, recently wrote an article examining how extreme fluctuations in the stock market, such as those we’ve seen in the past week, can affect the division of marital assets
If you’re on the fence about whether asking your spouse for a divorce is the right decision for you, The New York Times recently published an article describing 11 Questions to Ask Before Getting a Divorce, based on interviews with
MDMB Partner Jennifer Bradley has co-written an article with Phyllis Miller Palombi, LMFT, discussing the role of neutral mental health professionals as divorce “coaches” in the Collaborative Divorce Process. The article can be read on The Creative Divorce Network website.
Jennifer Mullett, Laura Dove, Augusta Meacham, and Jennifer Bradley will all be attending a Continuing Legal Education seminar on Divorcing the Wealthy, presented by the Virginia Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) at the University of Richmond
Clients often wonder if their estranged spouses are hiding undisclosed assets, and how they can possibly determine exactly how much has been siphoned from the marital estate. How to Hide $400 Million, published in The New York Times Magazine on
Unlike marital counseling, which focuses on improving your relationship with your spouse and keeping the marriage together, discernment counseling focuses on the question of whether the marriage can be saved. It can be particularly helpful when one spouse is ready
This article featured in the Huffington Post has some great advice for divorced and separated parents who are navigating the difficulties surrounding holiday celebrations in divided families. Tips for Surviving the Holidays for Divorced Parents
Contemptuous behavior (e.g., eye-rolling, sarcasm, and name-calling) in your marriage is the highest indicator that you are headed for divorce, according to Dr. John Gottman, founder of The Gottman Institute. Dr. Gottman has conducted 40 years of research relating to
Expertise.com reviewed 265 family law firms in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, analyzing and scoring divorce lawyers on more than 25 variables across six categories. Mullett Dove, Meacham & Bradley, PLLC is pleased to have scored in the top 20.