Family & Divorce

Love is for everybody. It’s a nice thought. But sort through the greeting cards at literally any store and the chances of finding something queer-themed, or even remotely non-heterosexual, is going to be low, low, low. It doesn’t feel nice to be left out. So, here’s a website with download-and-print Valentine’s Day cards, classic e-Card style. And you can them give out to your loved ones! Check them out: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.youthkiawaaz.com/2019/02/lgbt-valentines-day-cards/amp/  …
In 2016, new child custody legislation was passed in Missouri known as HB1550. This new law went a long way toward making shared parenting the norm in Missouri. However, in 2018, new legislation was introduced in Missouri to move the needle even further. This new legislation is known as HB1667 in the Missouri House of Representatives (and SB14 in the Missouri Senate). HB1667 was proposed because many believed that courts were not really implementing the
This article by Nicole Spector at NBC News is interesting. “Birdnesting” Gives Kids One Stable Home after a Divorce. Does It Work? Experts weigh in on the pros and cons of “birdnesting” or “nesting” after a divorce, the latest in conscious uncoupling. No matter how you spin it, getting divorced is tough — especially if you have kids. Even if the decision to part ways is clearly the best (or only) one, the resulting separation…
CEO Erin Levine appears on the LAWsome podcast to discuss the evolution of Hello Divorce and what it takes to create a platform that is useful and personal at the same time. “She didn’t just create an app… We find out [in the show] that she gets into these places where people are fearful, then they’re angry, then there’s contention. No amount of technology could help soothe that beast. But what could would be somebody…
Most business valuations in the divorce context are performed upon long-standing businesses. Valuing an early-stage start-up company poses some challenges. In 2013 the AICPA released a guide detailing a framework for assessing the six typical stages of a business’ lifecycle. Stage 1: The enterprise has no product revenue, limited expense history, incomplete management team, and initial product development. Stage 2: The enterprise has no product revenue, substantial expense history related to product development, and an…
Jen Gotch is the Founder and chief creative officer of Ban.do. She uses her brand to talk about mental health. Ban.do is an online retailer I first learned about from Entrepreneur. The online retailer sells clothes, shoes, accessories, and more with fun, positive messages. The real beauty of Gotch is her stigma-free living regarding mental health. Mental health is a real issue many of us deal with directly or indirectly. Gotch “never felt a stigma…
Many people who are familiar with traditional divorce may not understand when you say you are considering a collaborative divorce. One aspect of the process that sets it apart from others is the fact that it enlists a team of specialized professionals who can help you navigate the many decisions that need to be made as you end your marriage. A collaborative divorce team of professionals may include: Collaborative Divorce Lawyers:Collaborative attorneys are required to have…