Irreconcilable differences

Last month, a judge in Kentucky made a decision unusual enough to be reported in legal news sites – he denied a divorce, not on procedural grounds, but because the marriage between the couple was not actually “irretrievably broken.”  He cited the unusual...

Knapp v. Ginsberg

In anticipation of marriage some parties do not feel the need to discuss in detail a premarital agreement. At times it could feel that discussing in detail the terms for a premarital agreement can deromanticize the upcoming nuptials. The validity of a premarital...
Allies All Around

Allies All Around

A previous installment, “Enemies in the House,” I began the story of Silas and Regina, parents of a child on the autism spectrum named Belisario (“Belly”). These characters are synthesized from real people with common traits and common stories. Summary: Silas and...