Things to Consider Before Estate Planning
The thought of embarking on estate planning can be daunting. It forces us to contemplate our own mortality and consider what will happen to our loved ones and assets when we are no longer here. My purpose as an estate planning attorney is to meet you where you are, and guide you through this process with empathy and skill.
Estate Planning FAQs
Planning for the future can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to ensuring the well-being of your loved ones after you're gone. Estate planning is a crucial step towards protecting your assets and providing for your family's financial security. However, navigating the complexities of estate planning can be challenging without professional guidance.
Common Misconceptions About Divorce & Family Law
Matters involving domestic relationships and marital dissolution often involve sensitive emotions and must be handled carefully. However, there are numerous collective popular views surrounding divorce and family law, which might not really be true. Hence, when seeking a divorce or needing assistance with a family law matter, getting clear guidance from a knowledgeable family law attorney is vital to avoid costly errors and to make informed decisions.
Family Law FAQs
Navigating the legal system regarding family law matters can become a complicated matter. That is why getting the right legal counsel can facilitate protecting your family’s rights. From the Goldstein Law Office, I proudly offer my experience and knowledge to help you protect the ones you love most.
Collection and Enforcement of Asset Division
Separate property often gets muddled once a couple marries, which can make it not only more difficult to separate in divorce but more emotional. Add to that the fact that the older we are, the harder it is to let go of things we have become used to and start over.
Abating or Defense of Non Payment of Support and Maintenance
One of the most serious problems that occur in today’s economic and employment climate is that people become obligated to pay child support and maintenance and then have a change of circumstances that prevents them from making the payments.
A New Arrow in The Quiver of Remedies for Visitation Abuse
The new arrow in our quiver and arsenal in enforcement of visitation orders. The only marriage and dissolution of marriage act which applies both to children of marriages as well as children born without the benefit of a marriage provides a concise and very easy solution to the courts for the enforcement of the visitation(alternate parenting(violations that we so frequently see in our everyday practice.