In my field of practice there are certain types of cases that I take very seriously, they are protective orders. Now this is not to say that I do not take a divorce, or child custody case seriously, but when a protective order is filed someone’s life may be at stake. This week I

Today marks one year of practicing family law and being a member of O’Neil Wysocki. Over the course of this year, I feel as though I can honestly say that I am doing what I am meant to do. Coming out of law school I knew I wanted to be a litigator, and at the

All fifty states offer an option for no-fault divorce. But only seventeen are considered true no-fault divorce states. A no-fault divorce is exactly what it sounds like. It is both parties deciding they no longer want to be married, and agreeing to end the marriage without having to prove that one or both spouses engaged

            It doesn’t matter what the nature of the case is; whether it’s a divorce, a petition for an increase in child support, or a modification for child custody, when there are kids involved in a family law matter, they are the most important subject of the suit.

            Divorce is tough enough on the actual

                If you’ve found yourself in any type of lawsuit or even if you just like to watch legal dramas, you’ve probably heard the term discovery. If you’re anything like most of normal people that I talk to, you probably either have a general idea of what it is or no idea at all. This

We’ve all heard the Kanye West lyric “If you ain’t no punk, holla we want prenup!” But what was he talking about and why was it important to the song? Prenuptial (also known as premarital) agreements are contracts that are entered into by future spouses before they are wed. The reasons a couple may to