It’s no secret college tuition, room and board, books, and related fees is extremely expensive. In a recent study, the College Board reports that a moderate college budget for in-state public college every academic year is $24,610, whereas a moderate budget for a private collage is $40,320. ... » Learn More about IT IS SO ORDERED: PAY YOUR CHILD’S COLLEGE TUITION
Divorce and Family Law
The concept of divorce generally carries with it a very negative connotation, and rightly so. Parents with minor children find themselves forced to follow a schedule as to when they see their kids, property is divided, debt is allocated among the parties, and emotions are often at an all-time ... » Learn More about When Divorce Gives You Lemons . . .
In a marriage we get accustomed to our way of life, develop a standard of living, and most generally live a rigid routine. Needless to say, a divorce often shatters the routine. However, a divorce may not as greatly affect one’s standard of living – if the circumstances are right. Iowa ... » Learn More about Spousal Support: Standard of Living
The well-known idiom, “comparing apples to oranges,” is an extremely accurate characterization when applying the law. I focus my legal practice on three areas of law – estate planning and probate; divorce and family law; and business. One may think that after some time, the cases would run ... » Learn More about Comparing Apples & Oranges in the Law
With the recent tragedies in our country and the political season in full gear, the right to bear arms is a hot topic. At the same time, I’m sure many others like myself have friends or loved ones currently deployed or actively serving our country. There are common protections in place for our ... » Learn More about Legal Rights of Service Members and Family of Service Members