Domestic Violence Awareness Month Resources

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As a divorce attorney, I have come across too many cases of divorce on the grounds of domestic abuse and domestic violence. This makes this issue something I not only pay close attention to, but also have strong feelings towards. I’ve seen the damage domestic violence can cause an…

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Shah & Kishore 2018 Divorce Law Update

2018 has been a busy year in divorce law. Before the half-way point in the year, we saw the first major change on a national landscape with the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. This bill made it so, that starting in 2019, alimony will be paid out of post-tax dollars and the recipient of…

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The Different Shades of Green Card Marriage

The election of President Trump has made immigration one of the hottest topics in the media, with many non-citizens suddenly unsure about the security of their residency in this country. Some are even hesitant to travel outside the country, fearing they may not be able to re-enter on their return. With deportation on the minds…

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What is a Mutual Consent Divorce?

“Divorce” and “easy” are usually not two words that you see together. A divorce can be a very time-consuming, stressful and expensive process, and none of those words are typically associated with ease. Between filling out paperwork, spending time in court, looking for another place to stay while separate, and more, divorce comes with many…

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To Prenup or Not to Prenup?

The celebrity power couple is a staple of the Hollywood lifestyle, and those who can survive all the rumors, paparazzi, scandals, and overall privacy invasion will have a chance to pursue a healthy and thriving relationship. However, celebrities face a lot of pressure to date and then marry, and sometimes such pressure rushes couples into…

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