By Elijah Paster, Associate Attorney
One can easily find divorce lawyers advertising services for as little as $299, $100 or even $99. These kinds of fees, if they really exist, are only for people who have already agreed on everything, have no children and no property such as a house or vehicle, bank accounts, retirement accounts or other assets. Most people will pay a lot more than this to get a divorce.
By Attorney Diana M. Sladen
A recent blog in the Huffington Post discusses an important issue in divorce and child custody - the disability of a parent. Even though you are living with your disability, even to the extent that you do not think you are disabled, what about the judge who looks at your file or sees you in a wheelchair?