[su_heading style=”default” size=”19″ align=”left” margin=”20″ class=””]A PI’s 5 Tips for Hiring a Private Investigator[/su_heading]

I am often asked what is the most prevalent reason someone wants to hire a private investigator (PI). The answer is as broad and open ended as the question. This article is intended to provide some general insight with regard to selecting the right private investigator for your case. Continue

[su_heading style=”default” size=”19″ align=”left” margin=”20″ class=””]“Am I Going Crazy?”[/su_heading]

Many individuals experience a variety of upsetting emotions in the process of divorce. Divorce is a time marked by enormous stress and change. Depending on our individual style, coping abilities, culture, values and expectations we will face our feelings directly or not. Continue

[su_heading style=”default” size=”19″ align=”left” margin=”20″ class=””]Two Households Doesn’t Mean Double the Homework[/su_heading]

With a new school year upon us, the question of homework will inevitably come up. Maybe not in the first week, but certainly shortly after that. When your kids go back and forth between two households, it’s easy to lose a few things in the shuffle. Continue

[su_heading style=”default” size=”19″ align=”left” margin=”20″ class=””]Budgeting After Divorce: Getting Used to a New Normal[/su_heading]

The New Normal: It’s not the latest Hollywood blockbuster, but a term often used to describe the reality of how life unfolds after a major upheaval, like divorce. Adjusting to this new reality involves making many changes and facing new challenges, such as coming to an understanding that the natural consequences of many marital splits is financial upheaval for both parties involved. Continue

“The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor mankind perfected without trials.”
– Chinese Proverb