Divorce Attorney Scott J. Stadler

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  • COVID-19 and Co-Parenting

    COVID-19 and Co-Parenting

    Co-parenting is challenging enough for divorced parents and their children. Add COVID-19 to the mix and everyone gets even more stressed out. The deadly virus has changed our lives for at least the past month. People are forced to shelter in place. Many businesses have shut down, which means that many parents have lost their

  • What to do When Your Grown Child Divorces

    What to do When Your Grown Child Divorces

    It can be devastating to hear that your grown child has divorced. Many parents want the best for their children, no matter how old they are, so it can be a shock to hear that they are ending their marriage, whether they just got married last year or 20 years ago. You may be upset

  • How COVID-19 can Make Property Division More Complicated

    How COVID-19 can Make Property Division More Complicated

    COVID-19 has changed the lives of Americans in many ways. People have been laid off from jobs. They have been forced to shelter in place. Being quarantined with their spouses has been challenging for many people—so much so, in fact, that many are considering divorce. However, the coronavirus crisis has made divorces more complex. Right

  • What is Divorce Funding?

    What is Divorce Funding?

    Statistics say that nearly half of all marriages end in divorce. However, it is possible that many more people would get divorced if money was not a factor. The average cost of a divorce is around $15,000 to $30,000. In high asset divorces, the expenses could exceed millions of dollars. Even if you opt for

  • Rules for Parents Who Want to Date After Divorce

    Rules for Parents Who Want to Date After Divorce

    After a divorce, you may be busy settling into your new life. You may live in a new place and be forced to get a job (or a better-paying one). If you have kids, you may be busy trying to help them adjust to a life in which their parents live in two separate households.

  • What is an Emergency Divorce Order?

    What is an Emergency Divorce Order?

    If you grew up in the ‘90s, you may have watched the sitcom “Full House” and remember the adorable Michelle Tanner, played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Those twins are all grown up, and one of them—Mary-Kate—is actually going through a nasty divorce right now. Mary-Kate, 33, is currently in the process of divorcing

  • Men vs. Women: Who Fares Better in a Divorce?

    Men vs. Women: Who Fares Better in a Divorce?

    If you have friends or family members who have gone through a divorce, you are likely to hear about how the other spouse fared very well, while the person you are talking to was not so lucky. Usually, it seems as though the woman is the one who gets the better end of the deal.

  • Those on COVID-19 Front Lines are Losing Child Custody

    Those on COVID-19 Front Lines are Losing Child Custody

    Child custody battles are often complicated, even in the most amicable divorces. Both parents understandably want to spend as much time as possible with their children, and some will go to great lengths to make sure that happens. Some will even lie and do what they can to prove that the other party is an

  • Stimulus Checks Going Toward Child Support Debt

    Stimulus Checks Going Toward Child Support Debt

    When a couple divorces and children are involved, child support is likely to be involved. Even though it is a legal obligation, not every parent takes it seriously. In 2015, $33.7 billion in child support was owed, but only 60% of that money was actually received. Why do parents not pay child support? While some

  • Exploring Less Traditional Ideas of Marriage

    Exploring Less Traditional Ideas of Marriage

    A lot of people feel uncertain about their marriage. It may not be happy, and they may even contemplate divorce at some point, but for some reason, they are just not ready to let go.  They may be sticking around for financial reasons. A stay-at-home mom may not work or earn income, so how will