Author: Kristen Radford

Open vs. Closed Adoption

Adopting a child is a momentous occasion in your life. As you prepare for this, it’s important to know the differences between open and closed adoptions. An open adoption allows for consistent communication with the birth parents, while a closed adoption cuts off most of this communication. There are benefits and challenges to each type… Read more »

5 Things You Should Know About Divorcing in Nevada

If you’re divorcing in Nevada and are currently going through the process, chances are, life has treated you better before. And knowing exactly where to turn or what steps to take to protect yourself, your kids and your finances can be incredibly challenging – and confusing. That’s why the first call you should make should be… Read more »

6 Steps to Preparing for Life After Divorce

Life after divorce can be daunting but we’d like to offer you some insights. If you’re going through a divorce, chances are, one of the scariest things you face is the idea of getting on with your life after the divorce is over. That’s why it’s important to prepare for your post-divorce life long before… Read more »

7 Common Divorce Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

If you’re going through a divorce or even considering divorce as an option, you know it’s not easy. And if your goal is to move on with your life, delays in your divorce proceedings can add stress, anxiety and frustration to an already difficult situation. Whether you’re in the thick of the process or just… Read more »

The Most Expensive (and High-Profile!) Divorces

If you’re a fan of a good gossip magazine or a long episode of Access Hollywood, chances are, you’ll hear tell of divorce… a lot! A Quick look at High Profile Divorce Cases When it comes to celebrities and business tycoons, engagements, babies and divorces tend to come along in short intervals. And, for better or… Read more »

5 Myths about Prenuptial Agreements

Thinking about getting a prenuptial agreement made? If you’re in love, chances are, this time of year you start thinking about flowers and heart-shaped boxes of chocolates. And depending on how serious your relationship is, you might even be thinking about diamonds. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, this time of year is a popular… Read more »

7 Ways to Deal With Holiday Guilt Trips

Holiday travel is always hectic and stressful, but perhaps the worst part of the season comes in the form of another kind of trip altogether: the guilt trip. This time of year, it seems impossible to please everyone all the time – and it likely is. When you start feeling guilty, take a step back… Read more »

3 Things You Should Know About Gifts and Divorce

It’s the holiday season, so that means it’s the most “giving” time of the year! Will all that generosity in the air, it may be difficult to imagine those lavish gifts for your loved ones could ever be the basis of a legal dispute. But unfortunately, in a divorce, gifts are often the subjects of… Read more »

6 Ways to Beat the Holiday Blues as a Single Parent

When you’re a single parent, the holiday season can be a bit overwhelming. And though you’re likely hoping to make the holidays magical for your children, this can be tough when you’re fighting feelings of depression or loneliness. Here are a few ways to combat those blues and enjoy the holidays with your family. Feel… Read more »