Devolder Law Blog

Marital Property: It’s Not About Whose Name Is on the Account!

“It’s my car… I’m the one who drives it and I make the payments.” “You wanted the hardwood floors, and the loan is in your name… they’re not my problem.” 

“I Take Care of the Kids and I Don’t Work — How Can I Afford a Divorce?”

A petition for divorce can hit especially hard for a stay-at-home parent, and the worries can quickly begin to pile up: How will I support myself and my children?  Where will the money for bills and the rent/mortgage come from?  Will I receive enough child support and alimony?  Can I handle this alone? If not, how can I possibly afford an attorney?…

“I Want to Go Home!”: Relocating with Children After a Divorce

After a divorce, there’s nothing you want more than a fresh start, which is why taking your children and moving to a new location can seem like a wonderful idea. You’re not alone if you feel this way, and many of our clients come to us and ask some version of the following: