Cordell & Cordell’s latest virtual town hall discusses the recent divorce of Bill and Melinda Gates and how the lessons from that breakup and other celebrity splits can potentially be applied to your own case.[Read more…]
When you know your marriage is irretrievably broken and you wish to move forward with your life, you do not want to wait and be subject to delays for any reason. You want to sort out who gets what and parenting time schedules with your shared children, so that way you can help them adjust, and you can adjust, as well.
You may be like many divorcing spouses around the country, dealing with a family court system that has been hampered by restrictions. COVID-19 has changed the flow of the court system and has restructured many of its capabilities. Many hearings now are being virtually held through video conferencing, while others have been delayed, in anticipation for increased restrictions.[Read more…]
The facts of your divorce case may be different from other divorce cases. Your divorce case may involve shared children and a home situation that requires you to seek full custody. Your case may involve a family home that you wish to sell, but your spouse does not and instead, wishes to live in it.
The intricacies of a marriage reveal themselves during the divorce process, and your family law attorney needs to be made aware of all of the facts, both good and bad, in order to formulate an effective strategy in family court.[Read more…]
On Thursday, Sept. 17, Cordell & Cordell hosted its latest virtual town hall focusing on the dirty tricks that are sometimes employed during the divorce process.
Cordell & Cordell CEO/Managing, Executive Partner Scott Trout was joined by a nationwide panel of divorce attorneys to discuss some of the more unsavory tactics they’ve seen opposing parties use.
“I tell clients I think I’ve seen it all, and then all of a sudden something else comes in,” Mr. Trout said.[Read more…]
During a divorce, relying on the assistance of your family law attorney is the right thing to do. Their guidance and focused legal experience can help you through this tumultuous time.
While emotionally and financially challenging, you can make the divorce experience a bit easier on yourself and your family by avoiding common pitfalls that damage cases and futures.
Cordell & Cordell’s attorneys understand how to navigate these challenges for their clients, which is why Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout hosts a monthly Virtual Town Hall with a panel of attorneys from around the country, dedicated to educating men and fathers going through the divorce process.
This month, the Virtual Town Hall focused on five additional mistakes that men and fathers make while going through the divorce process.[Read more…]