January 2014 | Cordell & Cordell

Archives for January 2014

Free “Men’s Divorce School” Seminars in Boston, Columbus

MDS-genericMen’s Divorce School,” a complimentary seminar presented by the domestic litigation firm Cordell & Cordell, will provide a crash course in Divorce 101.

How is custody decided? Will you have to pay child support and alimony? What is the divorce process like?

Learn the answers to those questions and more at Cordell & Cordell’s complimentary seminars offered in Columbus (Feb. 19) and Boston (Feb. 27).

Topics will include an overview of alimony, child support, custody, property division, and the divorce process, while offering tips and strategies for your case.

If you’re facing a divorce – perhaps one you don’t even want – you should attend the free “Men’s Divorce School” seminar.

Register at MensDivorceSchool.com or by calling 866-DADS-LAW.

VIDEO: Bryan Abercrombie Talks Arian Foster Paternity Case With Great Day Houston

Screen Shot 2014-01-20 at 10.33.59 AMCordell & Cordell Houston divorce lawyer and Team Leader Bryan Abercrombie appeared on Great Day Houston to discuss a pending lawsuit against NFL running back Arian Foster alleging Foster tried to strong-arm his mistress into aborting their unborn child. Foster denies the claims.

Mr. Abercrombie talked about child support in paternity proceedings, including who is responsible for covering medical expenses incurred. He also offered tips on how to handle social media when involved in a child custody or divorce proceeding.

The full interview is available below. (Note: the segment begins at the 4:10 mark of the video.)

Why The Divorce Rate Is Highest In January

woai_logo_header_0_1376919558Divorce filings and inquiries to divorce attorneys significantly increase in January due to a number of reasons, according to Texas divorce attorney Samuel Sanchez.

Mr. Sanchez told San Antonio radio station 1200 WOAI that stressed caused by the holidays and financial liabilities late in the year is a contributing factor to the January spike, but cautions that divorces aren’t just triggered by the holidays.

“Couples don’t suddenly decide to divorce in the days before January,” Mr. Sanchez said. “In all of the cases, the problems have been building for some time.”

To read the full interview about the reasons behind January’s high divorce rate, please read the article “Holidays Over, January Top Month for Divorce.”