Even before the recent spike in the value of Bitcoins, which caused the media to focus on this cryptocurrency, men’s rights groups have been advocating the use of Bitcoins to hide assets during a divorce. Such groups claim that…
At the beginning of a case, it’s difficult to know how much to communicate with your attorney and when. Attorneys are expensive, so you want to use their services wisely. Here are some tips.
Becky Frieseman was a guest server for the St. Vincent DePaul Society Fundraiser to help the poor in our community. She competes in triathlons for a number of community causes.
Katherine Sharkey is the chair of the FOC Liaison Committee and co-chair of the Public Service/Pro Bono Committee for the Washtenaw County Bar Association. She was appointed to the Washtenaw County Bar Association Board of Directors. She has completed her term as the Immediate Past-President of the Woman Lawyers Association for the Washtenaw County Region. Kate presented “Evidence in Family Law Cases” at the CORT Training for Legal Services attorneys.
Elizabeth Solomon is a member of the 2017 Collaborative Practice Board of Directors. She is also the Secretary of the Executive Board.
Like many things in life, a do-it-yourself approach often costs you more money—and considerably more time—than hiring an experienced professional in the first place. Divorcing couples may think they’ve resolved 90% of their issues, only to find out that the “holes” in their informal agreement put one of them at a distinct disadvantage. More