Our top priority in this time of uncertainty is protecting the health and safety of our employees, clients, friends and families. Our office will remain open, but we are primarily working remotely. Essential personnel are in the building, but in their own isolated suites. We believe it is prudent to limit in-person meetings and settlement conferences during this time. Currently, the best way to communicate with us is through emails and telephone calls. Be assured that our technology allows us to provide the same seamless service you would have if everyone were here in person. If an in-person meeting is required, we are strictly adhering to CDC Guidelines. We are posting regular updates on how COVID-19 affects family law issues on our blog and our Facebook page.

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Kids See Color but Don’t Have to Create Biases

Everyone can see the color of people’s skin. The years of “we don’t see color” are long behind us, both academically and practically. According to …

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Flexible and Accessible Mental Health Resources in a COVID World

The pandemic presses on. Along with it, finances and the capacity to juggle are being stressed to the breaking point. Interpersonal relationships are suffering. Some …

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Putative Father’s Registry

A single night of romance can provide the gift that keeps on giving. For unmarried men who want to be involved with the care and …

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Family Law Arbitration

Most people who find themselves in family court want a resolution yesterday. That was pre-COVID. Since March, the pandemic has put its heavy foot on …

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Sesame Street’s Parenting Tips in a Pandemic

Kayt’s Kids Corner Kayt has been with The McCarthy Law Firm since 2011, her law clerk days, and has been practicing law since December of 2013. …

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Divorce & Division of Community Assets

Unless there is a very good reason, the Family Court must divide community assets equally in a divorce. Other than that, however, the court has …

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Parenting Coordinators & Co-Parenting Disputes

How a parenting coordinator can help dial down the temperature on co-parenting disputes. If your co-parenting relationship with your ex is seething with conflict, lots …

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Severance Pay & Divorce

This pandemic has created a lot of economic suffering especially for people who have lost their jobs or been furloughed. Some employers are handling this …

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Divorce & Marital Residence

Sometimes one person in a married couple has poor credit, but they want to purchase a home anyhow. They end up purchasing it in the …

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