My clients bring a range of financial expertise to their divorces: some are themselves financial professionals, others are successful business owners; some are doctors, some lawyers, some stay-at-home parents, some free-spirited entrepreneurs. Often the higher earning spouse turns out to have no idea about the family financial situation because their spouse has taken on that responsibility. … Continue reading Divorce and Money: Do I Need a Financial Advisor?
In this video, I speak with Miles Mason, Sr. about what financial abuse is and what victims can do about it. To see more from Miles, please visit his website at http://www.MemphisDivorce.com
In this video, I talk to Tiffany Bowders about Estate Planning during the Covid-19 pandemic. To view on YouTube, please follow this link: https://youtu.be/KmD_w3DVVT0
Dividing the marital estate, particularly after a lengthy marriage, can be easy, complicated, or somewhere in between, depending on each client’s particular circumstances. In Tennessee, the courts determine property division based on the principal of “equity”, or what is fair. Equity does not necessarily mean equal, especially if one spouse has a higher earning capacity … Continue reading Division of Marital Property
When most people get married, the last thing on their mind is the possibility of divorce. I rarely have heard of someone walking down the aisle and wondering “What will happen to all my property and money if this doesn’t work out?” Divorce, however, is a highly probable reality in American life. In my experience, … Continue reading Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements
“Managing Difficult Cases” Memphis Bar Association Family Law CLE December 19, 2018