How to Support Your Special Needs Child Through a Divorce

by Rachel Castrejon on Mar 27th, 2018

Whether a child is severely disabled or has moderate learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dysgraphia or auditory processing issues, their ability to thrive depends on continuity and stability.  Thus, parents who are going through a divorce with a special needs child should… Read More

5 Ways to Protect Your Divorce Property Equalizing Payment

by Rachel Castrejon on Mar 20th, 2018

Frequently, divorcing couples agree to divide property pursuant to a settlement agreement. Often, one of the parties is obligated to pay the other party an “equalizing payment.” The equalizing payment is the means by which both parties leave the marriage with substantially… Read More