Family & Divorce

In Florida, until recently, the law has a presumption was that any child born to a married woman was her husband’s child. This means that if you have been separated for 8 years, but never got divorced, and now have a child with your new partner, the law would still consider that child as your husband’s child. It seems a little antiquated and old-school, right? Now that times are changing and family units look different,…
I’m willing to bet that there isn’t anyone reading this post right now who hasn’t experienced heartbreak. Whether you’re going through it right now or cringing at the memory of a bad breakup in the past, you know how it feels. It sucks. Being sad might be the only feeling that feels good, beyond diving into a pint of Häagen Dazs or keeping your best friend on the phone for hours analyzing every second leading…
Hello Divorce founder Erin Levine is quoted in this article about law technology and the increasing use of artificial intelligence in helping clients settle legal issues more efficiently. In addition to being a certified family lawyer at a firm in Emeryville, Levine is the founder and CEO of Hello Divorce, a website that employs AI and chatbot technologies to lead Californians through their legal options in the divorce process. Read More
Tennessee child custody modification case summary. April R. Burchfield v. D. Ryan Burchfield The mother and father in this Overton County, Tennessee, case were parents of two children born in 2006 and 2011.  They were divorced in 2014 on the grounds of irreconcilable differences.  Under the permanent parenting plan, the mother was named the primary residential parent, and the father was awarded 141 days per year of parenting time, every other week. Conflict between the…
Facts: Husband and Wife, the parents of two adult children, divorced after 30 years of marriage. Husband was the sole financial provider during the marriage. He earned an average of $358,000 a year. Wife was a stay-at-home mother during the marriage. At the time of the divorce, she was working part-time at Starbucks, earning nine dollars an hour. After a three-day trial, the trial court found that Wife, 58, was not capable of rehabilitating her…