Divorce Attorney Scott J. Stadler

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  • What Not to Do in a Divorce

    What Not to Do in a Divorce

    Divorce is a complicated process. Talk to anyone who has been through it and they will give you their take on it. They will give you advice on what you should do. They will tell you what you should avoid doing. It can be hard to keep track. Not to mention, if you are on

  • Asset Protection for Blended Families

    Asset Protection for Blended Families

    When people come into a second marriage, there are often children involved. When both spouses have kids from previous relationships, it can be fun, but challenging. This is especially true in terms of asset protection. After a divorce, your children should be your priority. While it is normal for divorced people to eventually remarry, they

  • Staying Healthy After Divorce

    Staying Healthy After Divorce

    When people think of the most miserable and devastating experience possible, most would say the death of a loved one. Those who have ended their marriages would also rank a divorce high up on the list. A divorce is an emotional process that can last a long time and become very expensive. While many couples

  • Why You Need a Lawyer for Your Divorce

    Why You Need a Lawyer for Your Divorce

    With the average divorce costing $15,000 or so, many couples opt for the DIY route. They figure they can handle the divorce themselves using online forms and other internet resources. They also assume they can get the process done cheaply and move on with their lives. It cannot be that hard, right? Wrong! A DIY

  • When Your Family Does Not Support Your Divorce

    When Your Family Does Not Support Your Divorce

    Family is supposed to be there for you. When you lost your job, your parents let you move back in. When you were sick and unable to get out of bed, your neighbors came over to check on you. Now, after many years of unhappy marriage, you are getting ready to leave your spouse, and

  • Pre-Divorce Checklist

    Pre-Divorce Checklist

    A divorce is a major life event, and you should prepare for it thoroughly. You cannot suddenly announce you are filing for a divorce in the middle of a heated argument with your spouse and expect things to go smoothly. While there is no ideal way to divorce, you can make the process easier with

  • How Cohabitation can Impact Alimony

    How Cohabitation can Impact Alimony

    You got divorced a few years ago and you were ordered by the court to pay your ex-wife alimony. You found out that she has a boyfriend and they have been living together. You are pretty sure that he has been giving her money to pay the rent and other expenses. Can this impact the

  • Why You Should Encourage Your Child to Participate in Activities Post Divorce

    Why You Should Encourage Your Child to Participate in Activities Post Divorce

    A divorce can be a confusing time for not only yourself but any children involved. Younger children will especially have a tough time trying to understand what happened. They may even think they are to blame. Older children may lash out, get moody and experiment with drugs and alcohol as they navigate life with divorced

  • Tips for Co-Parenting After Divorce

    Tips for Co-Parenting After Divorce

    Divorce is never easy. The process brings about a lot of inner turmoil. You may have had high expectations for your marriage, only to see things go sour. Divorce does allow you to move on, though, so you can find a better relationship. However, if you have children involved, you will always be linked to

  • When Your Parents Divorce Later in Life

    When Your Parents Divorce Later in Life

    It can be devastating for a young child to experience their parents’ divorce. It upends life for many years. Many still reel from the effects years later and even find it hard to get married themselves because they fear the same fate. Even when you are grown up and living out of the family home,