Women’s Retirement Radio recently interviewed managing member Kyla Lines. The title of the interview is, “Divorce And How It Impacts Retirement For Women”.
You have been thinking about divorce for a long time. You have confided in your best friend that you are unhappy. You’ve spoken to your therapist about your concerns. Finally, you have screwed up the courage to make an appointment with a family law attorney to discuss how to end your marriage. And you are terrified. It has suddenly become … Read More
Collaborative divorce works because the professionals involved have experience and training specific to the practice. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) Collaborative Law Committee will be hosting a seminar on June 12-14, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. This three-day event will be comprehensive training to cover the fundamentals and the joy of rediscovering the foundations and principles of Collaborative Practice. … Read More
Although the attorneys at Richardson Bloom & Lines are experienced and adept trial attorneys, we also support all methods of alternative dispute resolution methods to avoid having to put the client and the client’s family through the stress, expense, and uncertainty of a court hearing. Despite our attorneys’ competency in the courtroom, we all recognize that allowing our clients to … Read More
Where would we be without technology? Without technology, we would not have access to e-mail 24/7; we would not have food delivery at our finger-tips; we would have to actually watch TV commercials; and we would not be able to know everything about a friend who we have not seen in decades! Every day we use technologies to make our life better … Read More
One of the many unpleasant aspects of a divorce is the attorney’s fees. Many people spend more on their divorce than they did for their wedding. The secret is that you have more control to manage the attorney’s fees than you realize. Here are the top 10 ways to keep your attorney’s fees under control. ENTER A RETAINER AGREEMENT WITH … Read More
Mediation is the single best opportunity to resolve the case—everyone is present for one singular purpose: to settle. But achieving that goal does not begin the morning of mediation, it begins in the days, weeks or months leading to that point. As Ben Franklin once stated, “by failing to prepare you are preparing to fail.” Thus, naturally, the key to … Read More
“You get what you pay for” may be a trite expression, but that doesn’t mean it’s not true. As a result of the Great Recession, many folks who graduated from law school during that time were unable to find jobs. As a result, they started their own firms without the benefit of experience or mentors. You should not only hire … Read More